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Oregon Wildfire Council Lays Out Some Options

The Jefferson Exchange, JPR LISTEN HERE One major outcome of the Oregon Governor's Council on Wildfire Response was a number: four billion.  That's the amount of money estimated to do all the work to make Oregon's forests more fire resistant, less prone to catastrophic fires.  It's a big number, but still less than the estimates of damage if Oregon has more large and destructive fires. So is Oregon and its people willing to put up huge dollars in the short term ...

To fight wildfire, we must address climate change

by Rep. Pam Marsh Sunday, August 4th 2019 Mail Tribune AQI 134: Unhealthy for sensitive groups. I’m looking at this dispiriting air quality index reading for Ashland at 11 AM on Tuesday, July 30. The Applegate and Medford are worse: 157 and 160, i.e. unhealthy. By the time you read this, I hope you are seeing better numbers. Actually, the word “hope” is not nearly strong enough. I have been hearing from many neighbors and friends for the past five days, since smoke from ...

Rep Marsh asks House colleagues for an Aye vote on HB 2020, 06-17-19

https://youtu.be/cwB2HzP22yQ Representative Pam Marsh, HD 05, encourages fellow members of the Oregon House to support HB 2020, which will put Oregon ahead of the climate curve, give the state a competitive edge in the new renewable economy, and create opportunities to invest, particularly in impacted, rural communities.