The Oregon Way: Forests and Fish

Oregon’s unique, steady approach to preserving and improving habitat in forest streams is paying off for species such as coho salmon, steelhead and cutthroat trout. And it has happened while the state has maintained a timber harvest that supports more than 60,000 jobs. This 16-page report looks at Oregon’s unique, three-tiered approach to protecting aquatic habitat in our forests.

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