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 On Monday, December 14th, 2015 in Shaniko, OR, Jeanne Carver of the 35,000-acre Imperial Stock Ranch greets some of her sheep during a tour with apparel maker Patagonia executives in rural eastern Oregon. Patagonia is looking for new supply chain partners as it recovers from an exposé of widespread animal cruelty at the company’s wool supplier. Established in 1871, the Imperial Stock Ranch has been rasing sheep and cattle for 145 years and is the only ranch in Oregon designated a National Historic District that is still in operation.  Under the Carver's land mangement practices, the ranch is recognized as a model of sustainable agriculture. "CREDIT: Leah Nash for The Wall Street Journal" SLUG: PATAGONIA

On Monday, December 14th, 2015 in Shaniko, OR, Jeanne Carver of the 35,000-acre Imperial Stock Ranch greets some of her sheep during a tour with apparel maker Patagonia executives in rural eastern Oregon. Patagonia is looking for new supply chain partners as it recovers from an exposé of widespread animal cruelty at the company’s wool supplier. Established in 1871, the Imperial Stock Ranch has been rasing sheep and cattle for 145 years and is the only ranch in Oregon designated a National Historic District that is still in operation. Under the Carver's land mangement practices, the ranch is recognized as a model of sustainable agriculture. "CREDIT: Leah Nash for The Wall Street Journal" SLUG: PATAGONIA

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For the Washington Post

CORVALLIS, OR - JUNE 12: Beekeeper Henry Storch poses for a portrait after after checking on hives he is using to pollinate a client's clary sage fields. Using animal husbandry, or what he calls "cowboy science" Henry raises his own queens and works to accelerate natural selection to increase honey production and disease resistance. He also works with the habitat he is given, including invasive species like blackberries. (Photo by Leah Nash/For the Washington Post)

For the Washington Post
For the Washington Post

CORVALLIS, OR - JUNE 12: Beekeeper Henry Storch checks on hives he is using to pollinate a client's clary sage fields. Using animal husbandry, or what he calls "cowboy science" Henry raises his own queens and works to accelerate natural selection to increase honey production and disease resistance. He also works with the habitat he is given, including invasive species like blackberries. (Photo by Leah Nash/For the Washington Post)

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 MOISER, OR – JULY 28th, 2016. Tribal Fishermen Sam George (black) and Howard Wahpat (green) use gill nets to commerical fish on the Columbia River near Mosier, OR. They were fishing on Friday June 3rd, the day that a Union Pacific oil train derailed outside of Mosier, OR and were some of the first on the scene. CREDIT: Leah Nash for The New York Times

MOISER, OR – JULY 28th, 2016. Tribal Fishermen Sam George (black) and Howard Wahpat (green) use gill nets to commerical fish on the Columbia River near Mosier, OR. They were fishing on Friday June 3rd, the day that a Union Pacific oil train derailed outside of Mosier, OR and were some of the first on the scene. CREDIT: Leah Nash for The New York Times

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 10/31/2011 - Consturction on a new high-rise is under way in South Waterfront. 

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10/31/2011 - Consturction on a new high-rise is under way in South Waterfront. Tribune Photo : Christopher Onstott

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 Universal Forest Product, The Dalles, Oregon, Cherry Harvest.
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 On Monday, December 14th, 2015 in Shaniko, OR, Jeanne Carver of the 35,000-acre Imperial Stock Ranch greets some of her sheep during a tour with apparel maker Patagonia executives in rural eastern Oregon. Patagonia is looking for new supply chain partners as it recovers from an exposé of widespread animal cruelty at the company’s wool supplier. Established in 1871, the Imperial Stock Ranch has been rasing sheep and cattle for 145 years and is the only ranch in Oregon designated a National Historic District that is still in operation.  Under the Carver's land mangement practices, the ranch is recognized as a model of sustainable agriculture. "CREDIT: Leah Nash for The Wall Street Journal" SLUG: PATAGONIA
For the Washington Post
For the Washington Post
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 MOISER, OR – JULY 28th, 2016. Tribal Fishermen Sam George (black) and Howard Wahpat (green) use gill nets to commerical fish on the Columbia River near Mosier, OR. They were fishing on Friday June 3rd, the day that a Union Pacific oil train derailed outside of Mosier, OR and were some of the first on the scene. CREDIT: Leah Nash for The New York Times
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05/21/2012 - Portland Community College Solar Array Dedication. Dr. Preston Pulliams Solar World, solar panels, PCC Photos by Christopher Onstott

Universal Forest Product, The Dalles, Oregon, Cherry Harvest.

On Monday, December 14th, 2015 in Shaniko, OR, Jeanne Carver of the 35,000-acre Imperial Stock Ranch greets some of her sheep during a tour with apparel maker Patagonia executives in rural eastern Oregon. Patagonia is looking for new supply chain partners as it recovers from an exposé of widespread animal cruelty at the company’s wool supplier. Established in 1871, the Imperial Stock Ranch has been rasing sheep and cattle for 145 years and is the only ranch in Oregon designated a National Historic District that is still in operation. Under the Carver's land mangement practices, the ranch is recognized as a model of sustainable agriculture. "CREDIT: Leah Nash for The Wall Street Journal" SLUG: PATAGONIA

For the Washington Post

CORVALLIS, OR - JUNE 12: Beekeeper Henry Storch poses for a portrait after after checking on hives he is using to pollinate a client's clary sage fields. Using animal husbandry, or what he calls "cowboy science" Henry raises his own queens and works to accelerate natural selection to increase honey production and disease resistance. He also works with the habitat he is given, including invasive species like blackberries. (Photo by Leah Nash/For the Washington Post)

For the Washington Post

CORVALLIS, OR - JUNE 12: Beekeeper Henry Storch checks on hives he is using to pollinate a client's clary sage fields. Using animal husbandry, or what he calls "cowboy science" Henry raises his own queens and works to accelerate natural selection to increase honey production and disease resistance. He also works with the habitat he is given, including invasive species like blackberries. (Photo by Leah Nash/For the Washington Post)

MOISER, OR – JULY 28th, 2016. Tribal Fishermen Sam George (black) and Howard Wahpat (green) use gill nets to commerical fish on the Columbia River near Mosier, OR. They were fishing on Friday June 3rd, the day that a Union Pacific oil train derailed outside of Mosier, OR and were some of the first on the scene. CREDIT: Leah Nash for The New York Times

10/31/2011 - Consturction on a new high-rise is under way in South Waterfront. Tribune Photo : Christopher Onstott

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