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Everything you need to know concerning the preservation of trapping in the state of Oregon. Tune in to listen to stories of trapping, event updates, political updates and discussions to preserve your rights to trap, hunt, and fish in the state of Oregon. Learn the history of trapping as well as becoming educated on the benefits of the practice, how to be better stewards of the land and what true conservation means.
 
A Long-time radio host with his own show as well as backing up as host for nationally syndicated broadcasts, Jeff is a fifth generation Oregon farmer, aviator, professional musician, former State Legislator, lobbyist, real estate developer, small business owner, firefighter, and served as an embedded broadcaster with Oregon National Guard in Iraq and Afghanistan. Jeff is a former Oregon State Representative and fifth generation Oregon farmer from Sublimity, Oregon. Kropf served as Chairman o ...
 
The State of Oregon Podcast is a bi-monthly show that examines the ongoing and historical transgressions of white supremacy and fascist systems in Portland and the greater PNW. Our lens is focused on long term activists and organizers, within a narrative historical context for contemporary violence, and systemic oppression.
 
In a Nation where the Liberal Media reports their own version of the news, and in a state where the Liberal Media is the Popular Opinion it is hard to come by a single source that reports the conservative view of the issue. On the Oregon Conservative we will take a look at the Conservative view point for the issues "Reported" by the media and discuss the issue at its heart. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-oregon-conservative/support
 
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Offbeat Oregon History podcast

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Offbeat Oregon History podcast

www.offbeatoregon.com (finn @ offbeatoregon.com)

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A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
ORHigherEd.com's mission is to enhance student outcomes through effective education policy in the state of Oregon. The website features a monthly podcast with policymakers and analysts, aggregates the best of what's written about higher ed policy in Oregon and around the country, and publishes original white papers. OrHE is the independent conversation on higher education in the state of Oregon. We're focused on effective policy that promotes student access and success, not partisan politics.
 
Politically independent married couple who discuss current affairs, talk politics, reminisce about how great the 1980's were and have special guests from various fields. Often times they go about life forgetting they aren't 20yrs old anymore.They have different outlooks and vastly different backgrounds.Ozzy spent 20yr in the military, after the military he spent a handful of years as a security contractor for the DOD and State Dep. During those 25+yrs he spent considerable time working in co ...
 
Inspiration Dissemination is an award-winning radio program that occurs Sunday nights at 7PM Pacific on KBVR Corvallis, 88.7FM. Each week on the program, we host a different graduate student worker from Oregon State University to talk about their lives and passion for research here at the university. By presenting these stories, we can present the diverse, human element of graduate research that is often hidden from the public view. Please find us on social media! Twitter: twitter.com/kbvrID ...
 
I have the most Scandinavian name for looking not even the slightest Scandinavian. I reside in the beautiful state of Oregon with my family and am currently working on my first memoir. I graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelors in English Literature, and from Portland State University with a Masters in Communication. I have a passion for education, writing, and reading. My purpose with this podcast is to discuss things that should be talked about in the parenting world. There ...
 
Raw and uncensored monologues and conversations about race relations. The ins and outs of the unique perspectives of a black woman who is FROM the Pacific North West, specifically from the predominately white state and“ SUPER” white city of Eugene, Oregon. Be a fly on the wall...listen as myself and guests work through what Is seen, felt and talked about on a daily basis while living black. You can support my work here: www.patreon.com/Blackgirlfromeugene_1 $5 a month makes a huge difference ...
 
NASCA has launched a new video podcast sharing deep dives into a state perspective on a Top Ten Priority for State Chief Administrators. This series of conversations with CAOs will highlight the processes and strategies being implemented to address some of the most pressing issues in state government operations.
 
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The Paid Leave Podcast

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The Connecticut Paid Leave Authority

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Paid Leave is a hot topic in our country right now. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world without a national paid leave policy, and Connecticut is one of only 11 states and the District of Columbia to have a state program in place. Other cities and states are working to join the paid leave movement. The Paid Leave Podcast examines the state of Connecticut's paid leave program and the impact it has on various groups and diverse communities. Radio veteran Nancy Barro ...
 
City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests. Forthcoming episodes will be devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, the Bronx renaissance, reform of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, homelessness in Portland, Oregon, and more. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
Avery (@brave_grapes), Carlos (@equitybruin), Greg (@mikeconleys), and Matt (@mattnigbur) talk about Pac-12 football and basketball. We talk about all things related to the Arizona Wildcats, Arizona State Sun Devils, Colorado Buffaloes, Utah, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, California Golden Bears, Stanford Cardinal, Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, Washington Huskies, and Washington State Cougars.
 
America’s College Football Podcast since 2008. Ty Hildenbrandt and Dan Rubenstein help you navigate the college football season with weekly recaps every Monday, previews every Wednesday, and everything else you need to know on Fridays. Listen along with thousands of Verballers around the globe, as Ty and Dan put their unique spin and sound on college football.
 
Discussions of Truth - Miami incepted weekly online radio program. Hosted by Mr. Trottier. The show is: Independent. Unfiltered. Live and unbiased. Donate NOW Wednesday evenings. 5pm EST. Thought provoking. Listen LIVE on WynwoodONE.com - Miami radio. Focusing on toxins and other harmful chemicals which flood our environment, Im calling out big box corporations for their carelessness. Deep State corruption. As epidemics like diabetes, opioid abuse, cancer and heart disease are all products o ...
 
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Oregon's state parks showcase many of the state's most beautiful places as well as the largest and most iconic campgrounds. But how did this system of over 350 parks, recreation areas and the Oregon Coast come together? It's a story of ambition and conservation, of colorful characters, near-calamity and rebirth. Zach talks to an associate director …
 
The iconic celebration of civic pride, creative expression and just plain fun known as the Portland Rose Festival is back to its full itinerary this year. It's been a part of the cultural life of the area for more than a century. The festival had to be vastly scaled down in 2020 and 2021 because of the pandemic, but has only been canceled twice in …
 
Oregon Secretary of State auditors released a report detailing five risk areas that could put the success of students at risk. The report is a compilation of past K-12 school audits by the state. Auditors addressed their findings to the Governor, Oregon Department of Education and state legislators and made recommendations for improvements. Joining…
 
Administrators at Blue Mountain Community College in eastern Oregon say they need to close at least one academic program and lay off faculty because of a drop in enrollment. The faculty union says the cuts are unnecessary, and the result of poor decision-making. We’ll hear from BMCC President Mark Browning and Pete Hernberg, president of the Blue M…
 
As one of history's most well-known, highly-regarded writers, it's no secret that Shakespeare's life and work is full of strange stories -- but did you know one of his most famous plays is considered cursed? In today's episode, the guys are joined by special guest, award-winning playwright Will McFadden, as he breaks down to supposed origin of the …
 
Ty and Dan continue with their impromptu Beef Week by discussing some of college football biggest rivalries, debating the status of each series, and arbitrarily measuring how much meat juice (?) is associated with each match-up. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my…
 
Dr. Douglas Frank presentation last night at River Church was stunning. Evidence of electronic voting is hacked and being manipulated is overwhelming and the way to defeat it is to find the phantom voters by knocking on doors and finding the fraud. Volunteers are needed for this effort especially in Marion Co so if you want to help go to https://ww…
 
One of the best parts about enjoying our great outdoors is that you can make your time as relaxed or as intense as you wish. You can hike a nice trail to see tall, awe-inspiring waterfalls. You can enjoy some calm, flat waters atop a kayak. Or you can combine the two, take the risk factor up tenfold and paddle your sit-in kayak down a 100-foot tall…
 
Oregon Dr. Steven LaTulippe was successfully treating Covid19 patients (outside of WHO / Fauci protocol), he nor staff wearing masks (not needed) and attended a rally questioning voting integrity and had his MD license stripped. As seen on his website, this brave man is: “Committed to fighting the ongoing assault against medicine, our Constitution,…
 
The City of Vancouver is working with private investors on a $1.5 billion makeover of its downtown waterfront. Anchored by a pier that extends 90 feet into the Columbia River with a towering metal beam and cable suspensions that evoke a nautical sail, the development spans more than 30 acres on land that once belonged to a paper mill. Today, it boa…
 
Cottage clusters, townhouses and duplexes are some of the forms of housing commonly referred to as “missing middle housing.” Zoning rules have previously left them out, but that’s starting to change. The Oregon legislature passed Housing Bill 2001 in 2019 to expand building options in residential zones. Portland had a similar policy in place before…
 
Statistics from 2020 show that Oregon had the second-highest alcohol and drug addiction rates in the nation and ranked last in treatment options. Oregonians passed Measure 110 almost two years ago. It decriminalized small amounts of illegal drugs and directed more money to addiction recovery services. But state bureaucracy has delayed the distribut…
 
Dr. Douglas Frank interview: https://t.me/s/FollowTheData Colorado Dominion voting machine hard drives examined by two cyber experts concluding that secret operations manipulated data. https://content-us-9.content-cms.com/909e6bd6-1ccb-4fd2-a0e3-ab06d9638653/dxdam/12/12c3b46e-8a34-46af-bf9e-6b112f363f3e/FILE_7475.pdf Pray for victims and their fami…
 
It was the first news helicopter in the nation, and it gave the Oregon Journal a huge advantage. But then, one day, it went down ... and the Oregon Journal owner's sole heir died in the crash. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1940s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1801b.sam-jackson-helicopter-crash-journal-478.html)…
 
The city of Vanport was hastily built to accommodate workers migrating to Oregon to work in the shipyards during WWII. After the war, many white residents of Vanport relocated to Portland, but discriminatory banking and real estate practices prevented Black people from buying or renting in most parts of the city. So, the population of Vanport becam…
 
An elementary school in Prineville doesn’t have its own school library and had been sending students to the local public library to check out books and learn how to use the library as a resource. As first reported by the Bend Bulletin, the school district decided to end the practice recently after some parents brought up concerns about books their …
 
The U.S. government promised Native tribes in the Pacific Northwest that they could keep fishing for salmon as they’d always done. But instead of working to preserve wild salmon, the federal government has propped up a system of failing hatcheries. OPB’s Tony Schick tells us about his new investigative report in collaboration with ProPublica.…
 
As World War II raged on in 1943, both Allied and Axis forces knew they were riddled with spies. In a dizzying cavalcade of undercover, double, and even triple agents, both sides of the war sought to deceive their opponents -- and ethical concerns increasingly took a back seat in these pursuits. In today's episode, Ben, Noel and Max dive into the s…
 
If you’ve been following us on social media, you’ve probably seen some photos Jeff posted from his recent visit to Norway. He was invited to participate at the Oslo Craft Beer Festival. We’ll hear about that and what he learned of the Norwegian beer scene. Craft beer is only about twenty years old, but the brewing tradition goes back centuries—and …
 
Should you stop doing business with woke companies like State Farm that aggressively promote leftist ideas that are contrary to your values? https://www.foxnews.com/media/state-farm-consumers-research-neighbor Psychotherapist encourages teens to distrust their religious, bigoted parents about transgender issues: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/202…
 
A Ford Trimotor crashed on takeoff in Eugene, and a twin-engined Boeing crashed into the west hills of Portland, within 11 months of each other. Miraculously, there were survivors in both events. (Lane and Multnomah County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1712e.1933-a-bad-year-for-plane-crashes-476.html)…
 
Ty and Dan rejoice as Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher enter into a hot war of words over recruiting, NIL, collectives and the future of college football. Are you Team Saban or Team Jimbo? More importantly, how does the Saban-Fisher dust-up rank against other notable coaching beefs over the last 20 years in college football? Plus, conferences start ditc…
 
Travis Williams has spent a lot of time on the Willamette River. He’s the executive director of the environmental nonprofit Willamette Riverkeeper and the author of the new book “Willamette River Greenways.” The book explores the history of the Willamette River Greenway, a nearly 200-mile corridor of public lands along the river from near Eugene to…
 
An arid and fragile landscape dotted with sagebrush and perennial grasses stretches from the eastern slopes of the Cascades to beyond the Rocky Mountains and into parts of Canada. More than half of this sagebrush steppe ecosystem has been lost, threatened by climate change, invasive plants and human activity. A scientist at Oregon State University …
 
Two of Oregon’s biggest hospitals are reporting multi-million dollar financial losses, due to increased labor costs and other pandemic-related factors. Oregon Health and Science University is projecting an operating loss of $58 million for the 2022 fiscal year and St. Charles Health System has lost $21.8 million on its operations so far this year. …
 
Have you ever considered that a virus that eats bacteria could potentially have an effect on global carbon cycling? No? Me neither. Yet, our guest this week, Dr. Holger Buchholz, a postdoctoral researcher at OSU, taught me just that! Holger, who works with Drs. Kimberly Halsey and Stephen Giovannoni in OSU’s Department of Microbiology, is trying to…
 
72% Clackamas County ballots remained uncounted as of Saturday evening. https://www.koin.com/news/elections/clackamas-county-has-counted-28-of-the-ballots-so-far/ Oregonian editorial board says Clackamas County clerk Hall should resign. https://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/2022/05/editorial-clackamas-county-ballot-fiasco-should-prompt-sherry-halls-re…
 
Born in Utah and raised in Finland, Finny spent many hours of his childhood with his dad unsuccessfully hunting coyotes. But instead of discouraging him, those early life experiences fueled Finny to learn the game and become incredibly effective. As a guide with R&K Hunting in Utah, Finny sat down with me during a coyote hunt to explain how he uses…
 
Paradise Lost: Crime in Miami is a conversation between friends, both South Florida natives, about the notorious true crime cases that have occurred in their home state. Each episode cohosts Kareem Tabsch and Joey Daoud narrate the facts of the case, with details, anecdotes, and general color offered by an interview guest with a connection to the c…
 
BeaverBlitz staffers Angie Machado and Carter Bahns are back behind the microphone and camera for another episode of the Dam Podcast, streaming live on YouTube and any time on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and SoundCloud. On today’s episode, the duo recaps Oregon State’s regular season on the baseball diamond and looks ahead to the postseason.Also on ta…
 
First, after the S&P 500 briefly fell into bear market territory last week, Dana presses White House Director of the National Economic Council Brian Deese on whether the United States is headed towards a recession. Then, Dana and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson discuss Arkansas' trigger law that would come into effect if Roe v. Wade is overturned …
 
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