Read professional forester Troy Reinhart’s recent opinion piece in the Bend Bulletin about forest management. Troy Reinhart: Expanding Management is Good for Forests’ Health In a recent “In My View” column, it was argued the best way to assure forest health is
On this Arbor Day, learn how Idaho forests can be managed to meet social, environmental and economic needs. From the Idaho Forest Products Commission.
The Western Governors’ Association delivered a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Thomas J. Vilsack last week requesting increased attention on environmentally stressed national forest land and inclusion of the private sector in efforts to reduce epidemics such as pine beetle infestations and wildfires. The letter: Dear Secretary
by Josephine County Commissioner Simon Hare in 4/25/13 Grants Pass Daily Courier With the devastating news that Cave Junction’s Rough & Ready Lumber Co. is closing after more than 90 years in business, I am more adamant than ever that
By David Montgomery from http://registerguard.com In recent guest viewpoint columns, environmental extremists have argued that the only solution for our struggling timber counties is to raise taxes on rural Oregonians. They don’t hide their real agenda, which is to shut