conservation

Logging
5:57 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Conservation Group Files Lawsuit Against Timber Sale Near Oregon's Crater Lake National Park

A stand of trees in the area of the Bybee Timber Sale on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.
Credit Oregon Wild

The recent discovery of Oregon's wandering wolf, known as OR-7, and his new pups is one reason a conservation group filed a lawsuit against a logging project near Crater Lake National Forest. Oregon Wild filed the lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service in District Court in Medford Wednesday.

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City Club of Eugene
6:44 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Managing O&C Forestlands: Perspectives Of A Conservationist & An Economist

Recorded on December 13, 2013

Air Date: December 16, 2013

O&C forestlands make up only about 13 percent of all federal forestlands in Oregon and about 8 percent of all Oregon forestlands. The O&C forestlands are interspersed checkerboard fashion among parcels of privately owned forestlands. Under these circumstances, does it really matter whether some of the O&C lands are opened to industrial harvesting of timber?

In the City Club’s final program on the O&C issues, Greg Haller and Ernie Niemi will present their perspectives on the issues involved.

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