Retrospective on spotted owl

September 07, 2010 | By PACIFIC LEGAL FOUNDATION

Author: Reed Hopper Ever wonder how those massive logging restrictions in the Pacific Northwest panned out for the endangered spotted owl?  Political AP has an interesting article that answers that question:  After 20 Years of Protection, Owls are Declining but Forests Remain.  "Nothing we do seems to work for the spotted owl ...


National Agriculture Day

March 19, 2013 | By TONY FRANCOIS

A friend once explained the importance of agriculture to me in a way I have never forgotten:  “Every last physical thing that you use in life, was originally either grown from the ground or dug out of it.”  Ponder that for a moment (and yes, the seas and rivers are included). Today, March 19, is National … ...


The Center for Biological Diversity goes batty

February 15, 2016 | By JONATHAN WOOD

The Center for Biological Diversity is threatening to sue the Fish & Wildlife Service for not imposing ruinous and unnecessary restrictions on private property owners throughout 37 states to protect the Northern long-eared bat. It contends that heavy-handed “take” regulations should be imposed despite the fact that the species is th ...


Supreme Court should grant cert in timber sale appeal

January 19, 2018 | By CALEB TROTTER

PLF has filed an amicus brief in support of Scott Timber and the Union, and urged the Supreme Court to take up this case. … ...