Oregon Parties Agree On Changes To Forest Practices To Protect Fish/Wildlife Within 10 Million Acres Of Private Forest Land

After nearly ten months of negotiations, a last minute agreement last weekend between conservationists and owners of private forest will significantly change Oregon’s 1971 Forest Practices Act and add new protections for sensitive fish and wildlife species on over 10 million acres of private forest land in the state.

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