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Oregon Looks To Crack Down On Water Being Used By Illegal Marijuana Grows
Oregon Looks To Crack Down On Water Being Used By Illegal Marijuana Grows
In Oregon, a new state law took effect Friday June 3rd, in an effort to crack down on illegal marijuana and hemp grows using water intended for legitimate agricultural operations. Alyssa Rash, with Oregon’s Water Resources Department, said there are now requirements for water haulers and suppliers to track to whom the water is going. “ ...
Oregon Bird Flu Triggers Quarantines
Oregon Bird Flu Triggers Quarantines
After bird flu was reported in western Oregon earlier this week, the state Department of Agriculture has established quarantine areas. On Tuesday, a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza was confirmed in Lane County. Due to federal and international disease control requirements, a regional quarantine for all avian species and vehicle traffic involved with avian species has been issued for an

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