|| Print ||
|Monday, July 19, 2010|
A draft study by Entrix Environmental Solutions for the Bureau of Land Management says the proposed wind energy projects in southeast Oregon wouldn't affect the desert's beauty.
The wind turbines and power lines on the North end of Steens mountain would be visible from less than one-half of 1 percent of the Steens Wilderness, the study says.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
|How Doug Badger spends his downtime|
|Port at a crossroads|
|100 Best awards 2014|
|Our man in Congress|
|Recreational marijuana use linked to brain changes|
|Former NYC mayor announces $50M gun law election push|
|U.S. consumer inflation rises: higher food, rent costs|
|U.S. Airways apologizes for tweeting explicit image|
|Bubba Watson wins second Masters Tournament|
|Excessive TV linked to poorer sleep in children|
|Obama names new U.S. health secretary|
Marketing the state brings new business, new jobs and a better quality of life for everyone.
Oregon State University's hospitality degree program invests in next-generation leaders.