A late-breaking executive order from President Obama nearly doubles Oregon's Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Could the 45th President roll that back?
A wide range of Oregonians reflect on what Donald Trump’s victory means for their lives, their work, and their communities.
Portland Monthly Staff
From public lands to parks funding to climate policy, it’s going to be a rocky ride.
Light a Fire 2016: Caring for the Planet
The river-stewarding organization is one of Oregon’s most important environmental nonprofits.
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Even toddler fungiphiles must be tight-lipped.
Lily Raff McCaulou
Oregon City might be the next Splash Mountain.
Eco-drones to avant-garde aerobics, these projects showcase the best of local innovation.
Eden Dawn, Ramona DeNies, Rebecca Jacobson, and Fiona McCann
Impress your papa with these environmentally friendly presents.
From the river, even Hayden Island looks pretty.
Scott F. Parker
Don’t you know that you’re toxic?
The secrets are in the moss.
Portland-based photographer Andy Best gives the campaign to save an unblemished watershed in Northern California a boost.
Peeling back the "emerald curtain"—strips of trees left around certain clearcuts—Shane Anderson wants to show Oregonians what's really going on in our forests.
The sustainability-focused manufacturer turns excess leather into premium luggage. Everyone wins.
An imploding governor, a booming economy, and earthquake dread: ’twas a strange year indeed!
A local nonprofit and a creative agency are racing against time to save an immaculate chunk of Northern California wilderness.
Stare into this bad boy's (girl's?) eyes.
Leading thinkers expound on the region's climatic transformation.
Williams, Oregon’s Herb Pharm is a giant in the world of holistic tinctures and remedies—and it all got started at Powell's Books.