Letter on behalf of Ron Alvarado, NRCS Oregon State Conservationist

March 22, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

__________________________________________     OTAC Members,   Up to $15 million is available nationally this year to help eligible conservation partners protect, restore and enhance critical wetlands on agricultural … READ MORE

Cattlemen Win With Passing of New Mule Deer LOP Tag Allotment

March 17, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Cattlemen Win With Passing of New Mule Deer LOP Tag Allotment Corvallis, Ore. (March 17, 2017) – The opening conversation at the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s … READ MORE

Oregon Cattlemen Begin Relief Efforts for Ranchers Hurt by Southern Plains Wildfires

March 14, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

OREGON CATTLEMEN BEGIN RELIEF EFFORTS FOR RANCHERS HURT BY SOUTHERN PLAINS WILDFIRES Salem, Ore. (March 14, 2017) – It is with heavy hearts that we continue to witness … READ MORE

Dorchester Event Provides Engagement for Oregon’s Political Future

March 8, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Salem, Ore. (March 8, 2017) – March 3rd and 4th found an exciting opportunity for Oregon Cattlemen’s Association Executive Director, Jerome Rosa, to engage in conversations about Oregon’s … READ MORE

Monument Expansion; A Disservice to the State

January 12, 2017   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Salem, Ore. (January 12, 2017) – It is with sad acknowledgment that the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association reports to you that an expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in … READ MORE

A Statement from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association; October 28, 2016

October 28, 2016   -   Current Issues, Featured, News, Press Releases

A statement from the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association on court number 3:16-mj-00004. Please contact the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association if you have any questions. Phone: 503.361.8941 Email: katie.schrock@orcattle.com    

What Does Doubling the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Really Mean?

October 13, 2016   -   Current Issues, Featured, News

Salem, Ore. (October 13th, 2016) – Oregon’s Democratic U.S. Senators have proposed an expansion to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument that is overwhelmingly opposed by Oregon’s ranchers that make … READ MORE

Ag Water Quality: Oregon’s Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Control Program

November 21, 2013   -   Current Issues

Background In 1990, Congress established the Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Control Program (CNPCP) under Section 6217 of the CZARA to encourage better coordination between state coastal zone managers and … READ MORE

Greater Sage Grouse Habitat Conservation

November 21, 2013   -   Current Issues

Background In September 2015, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) will decide whether to list the sage grouse under the Endangered Species Act. A listing would be … READ MORE

State of the Industry

March 3, 2011   -   Current Issues

Understanding Our Friends Sometimes it is difficult to understand where your friends are coming from on a particular issue, especially when you have vowed to work together on … READ MORE

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