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Carl Segerstrom
Contributing editor . People, places, screes and trees. Email: carls@hcn.org
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Anna V. Smith 19h
“I feel like I need to do something. Because why wouldn’t you want to save your future?” Great profile of 12-year-old climate activist Haven Coleman by in
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High Country News 18h
Do you know someone who loves the American West and doesn't follow ? R/T to offer them a FREE trial of 2 issues of the magazine!
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Brian Calvert Feb 20
Solid analysis by in on "crowd-pleasers the Senate tossed, with Oprah-esque glee," into the recent National Resources Management Act.
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 20
Thanks Adam!
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 20
What does it take to get a major public lands bill through Congress? Scores of local pet projects, a popular oil money for conservation program, and upholding the decades old tradition of legislators refusing to update environmental laws.
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 19
This reporting from my hometown paper, which is on the ropes as its owners consider bankruptcy (again), is an important testament to the true value (taxpayer $$$ in this case) of local reporting.
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Climate Desk Feb 15
Dead pines drive new herbicide rules in Oregon
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Leah Sottile Feb 18
Replying to @highcountrynews
I think it's awesome that is stepping up its coverage of the urban areas of the West, especially as the number of reporters at traditional outlets dwindles. I'm proud to contribute to this new chapter of the magazine.
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High Country News Feb 17
A bill that would restrict transfer of federal land or management has been introduced by . Read more about the shifting strategies of the land transfer movement here:
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Rob Davis Feb 15
Oregon was once one of the greenest states in America. Then lawmakers unleashed an explosion of corporate cash. Oregon is now one of the biggest money states in American politics. All that money is working. Oregon is .
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John R. Platt Feb 15
This should be extended to all packaging.
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 15
Replying to @johnrplatt
You have my endorsement!
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 15
Cc: my Congressional reps.
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 15
Proposed legislation: Every piece of solicitous mail must be immediately recyclable or compostable. No mixing plastic and paper, which contaminate the recycling process, and no fake plastic credit cards.
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Elizabeth Shogren Feb 14
Scientist who resisted censorship of a climate report is out of a job. . via
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 14
Replying to @Carlschirps
*Oregonians, no apostrophe
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Carl Segerstrom Feb 14
Is the chemical ACP a wanton tree killer that has no place in Oregon, or a useful tool for combating invasive species? Oregonian's disagree as the state moves to restrict a chemical once banned by but now available under a different label.
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Jessica Kutz Feb 14
Great article by about the importance of a just transition as the energy portfolio shifts from coal to renewables.
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Ben Goldfarb Feb 14
Happy to the most devoted, affectionate couple I know, partners who daily fortify the bonds of their commitment through tender expressions of sexual passion, intellectual admiration, and, of course, mutual castoreum grooming: Sandy and Chomper.
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High Country News Feb 13
An herbicide killed 10,000s of trees and created $100s of millions in liability for before it was pulled from the market. The same chemical has been linked to hundreds of dead trees in Oregon on public land. How?
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