Dylan J. Darling (Public lands reporter)

Dylan J. Darling covers public land and the environment in Central Oregon, serving as a watchdog of local, state and federal land management agencies for The Bulletin. A journalism graduate of the University of Oregon Robert D. Clark Honors College in 2002, Darling also covered public land and natural resources for the Herald News in Klamath Falls and the Record Searchlight in Redding, Calif., before coming to Bend in 2011. When not reporting Darling is often found playing ultimate Frisbee, running or hiking.


Stories by Dylan J. Darling

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Social media, online news key in refuge cases

In building a case against Ammon Bundy and other accused occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, the FBI relied upon social media and news reports. The headquarters remains occupied so rather than search the compound for evidence, FBI investigators scoured the Internet, according ...MORE

Occupation draws Central Oregonians to Harney County

OCHOCO NATIONAL FOREST

Recreation area plan stirs local debate

Restoration planned for Deep Creek in Ochocos

The tribes

Burns Paiute Tribe: Afraid for their heritage