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Recent news from around the region that relates to the Rogue River and neighboring watersheds that Rogue Riverkeeper works to protect.

'Fast track' law could harm property rights, gas pipeline opponents claim
Protesters say Oregon House and Senate bills would allow applicants to work on private land without the owners' knowledge or consent
Contaminated creek
Recent study shows E.coli bacteria in Ashland Creek originates in the city, though precise source still unknown
Troubled ditch will be closely monitored
TID board OKs remote system after multiple landslides cause failures
Crippled Creek
The search goes on to discover why Ashland's signature waterway attracts bacteria
Muddied waters and 'Band-Aid' fixes
Landslides into McDonald Ditch are a common cause of Little Applegate River turbidity
Gold Ray removal supported through mail drive
Rogue Riverkeeper mobilizes public support of dam removal
Oregon, others petition FERC to halt gas pipeline
Groups say the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission failed to meet standards set in the Clean Water Act, Coast Zone Management Act
FERC approves LNG pipeline through Upper Rogue
Gov. Kulongoski and AG Kroger say they will request a rehearing of the decision
Address the causes of toxic algae
Toxic algae is a growing problem throughout the watershed
Gold mine operation faces suit over waste
Benton gold mine faces lawsuit over pollution to Whisky Creek
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