On May 22, AFRC wrote letters to Chief Tidwell to support the Boise National Forest’s request for Emergency Situation Determinations for the North and South Pioneer Fire Salvage and Restoration Projects.
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute is producing a special video, Build a House; Frame a Future, highlighting the American Forest Resource Council’s partnership with Springfield/Eugene Habitat for Humanity to build a new home for the Navarette-Bravo family.
Congressman Bruce Westerman sent a letter to President Trump outlining federal forest management priorities, including steps to improve forest health, increase domestic production of building materials, invigorate rural economies, and reduce the federal deficit.
AFRC is looking for a dynamic, passionate, and hard-working individual to join its team as the Southwestern Oregon Field Forester.
There are myths. And there are facts. Learn the truth about the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument expansion in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
Today, AFRC President Travis Joseph sent a letter to Secretary of the Interior Zinke requesting that he review the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument designation as part of Executive Order 13792 entitled, “Review of Designations Under the Antiquities Act.” The April 26 Executive Order requires the Secretary to review certain national monuments made under the Antiquities Act […]
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AFRC President Travis Joseph submitted testimony for the May 2nd House Natural Resources Committee oversight hearing, “The Consequences of Executive Branch Overreach of the Antiquities Act.”