People driving in and out of the valley have been alarmed by the damage to trees caused by the recent heat wave and wondering what it means. They are not alone.
For those wanting to remember the Labor Day fires of 2020 in their homes, places of worship or community events. These resources have been compiled by Lutheran pastor and wildfire survivor Christine Core. We hope you will find them useful.
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Temperatures reached the upper 90s and lower 100s in parts of the Northern Rockies, and forecasters warned of “dry thunderstorms,” which bring lightning that can spark fires,
A rapid analysis of last week’s record-breaking heat found that it would have been virtually impossible without the influence of human-caused climate change.
Record breaking heat waves in the Pacific Northwest. What to do.
Many Native people were forced into the most undesirable areas of America, first by white settlers, then by the government. Now, parts of that marginal land are becoming uninhabitable.
It was expected to reach 114 degrees in Portland, Ore., on Monday, even hotter than Sunday, when the airport recorded 112 degrees, the highest temperature since 1940, forecasters said.
Drought is serious in the Pacific Northwest. With it looms another wildfire season and extreme heat. What do we know?
Thank you for joining our May 26, 2021 Oregon Synod Congregational Preparedness Training. You will find resources from that event here.