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Flames on the forest floor

Ten Things Oregonians Should Know About Forest Fires

Professor Bev Law stands beside a massive tree

Let Forests Grow

Our forests have an important role to play in fighting climate change

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Oregon Wildblog

Oct 11, 2021
Ally
Act 3: A Spark of Hope On January 15th, 1992 hope sprang anew when two captive-raised condors, alongside a pair of Andean condors, were released into the wild by Red Star, a…
Oct 11, 2021
Lauren Anderson
It’s no secret that Oregon needs to do a better job of stewarding it’s amazing wildlands and waters — this is especially true for its forests. While the overall forest area has…