Oregon is great for growing trees, especially evergreens. But our forests also thrive thanks to Oregon forest practice laws that require replanting and protection of water, and fish and wildlife habitat. Learn more at OregonForestLaws.org
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Oregonians use wood and wood products every day. Much of that wood comes from locally-grown, working forests. Working forests are required to replant after harvest and protect water as well as fish and wildlife habitat. Learn more about the laws affecting working forests at OregonForestLaws.org
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Oregon is a great place to grow trees, especially the sturdy conifers we use to build our homes and office buildings. But our forests are vulnerable to multiple threats.
Join Mike Cloughesy, director of forestry at the Oregon Forest Resources Institute, to explore some of the threats facing Oregon’s forests, and how active forest management is helping combat these threats.