UCC performing arts programs looking to innovate community relations in responds to concerns over program enrollment and funding Performing arts leaders at UCC are assessing innovative ways to sustain the theatre and music programs and increase enrollment. Earlier this year, UCC and the local arts community felt panic at theContinue Reading

UCC Centerstage presents new musical as the first in-person show in the COVID-19 pandemic UCC Centerstage, the college’s performing arts company, turned a popular Star Trek episode into an original musical with their recent performance of “Arena Gorn Superstar.” This is their first in-person production since the pandemic lockdown beganContinue Reading

Local leaders in forestry community and industry give perspectives on Forest Management Conversations about Oregon’s forests often lead to raised eyebrows and often end in frustration. How do we properly care for our forests in a sustainable, profitable way? After a disaster like last fall’s Archie Creek fire, this forestContinue Reading

Lone Rock Resources (re)growing Douglas County after 2020 wildfires Wildfire recovery and replanting is not a simply or easy process, and the timber industry has a lot of ground to cover before forest recovery is complete. Lone Rock Resources, one of Douglas County’s largest timber companies, is looking toward theirContinue Reading