Newsletters

September 2015 Newsletter

  • Congressional Updates
  • Forest Management Reforms
  • Fire Borrowing and Related Impacts
  • House Passes Tribal Bill
  • Action on DC Cases
  • Future of Klamath in Limbo
  • FWS to Look at More Listings
  • New Mt. Baker Snoqualmie Supervisor
  • New Colville Supervisor
  • New AFRC Staff Attorney Announced
  • Ward Armstrong

August 2015 Newsletter

  • Congress Moves on Fire Borrowing
  • Comment Period on BLM Draft RMP’s Ends
  • Wildfires Ravage Western Communities
  • Western Oregon Wildfire Update
  • New Year, Same Results
  • Latest Fire Statistics
  • Washington DNR Arrearage
  • DNR Management Fee Increase
  • OFRI Hires Director of Forest Products

July 2015 Newsletter

  • AFRC Names Next President
  • Forestry Bill Moving
  • Hearing on Barrasso and Wyden Bills
  • Interior Appropriations
  • Fremont-Winema Volume Pulled
  • Intimidation Trumps Science
  • Oregon Coast Coho 5-Year Review
  • 2014 Oregon Timber Harvest Report
  • States Invest in Forest Health
  • Francis D. Engle

June 2015 Newsletter

  • H.R. 2647 on a Fast-track
  • Barrasso Introduces Federal Forest Legislation
  • More Concerns with BLM’s RMPs
  • RMP Timber/Wildlife Workshop
  • BLM Volume Case Stumbles
  • Action on FS/BLM 2016 Budget
  • Small Movement on Fire Borrowing Issue
  • Porcupine Injunction Denied
  • DNR FY15 Timber Sale Program
  • NWFP 20-Year Monitoring Reports
  • YTD Wildfire Statistics
  • Laura Jo West to Coconino

May 2015 Newsletter

  • BLM Plan Falls Short
  • Litigation Impacts to Federal Forest Management
  • New Section 7 Consultation Regulations
  • New DxP Direction Issued
  • Carlton Complex Harvest Moves Forward
  • National Forests Failing Wildlife
  • ODF Budgets Aid to Federal Forests
  • Busy 4th Quarter in SW Oregon
  • NWFP Forum
  • Marten Named to Head Region 1

April 2015 Newsletter

  • BLM Releases Draft Resource Management Plans
  • 2015 Annual Meeting – All About Successes
  • Jazz Decision Affirmed
  • Carlton Complex Salvage Goes Forward
  • Forest Planning Rule Case Decided
  • Budget Cuts Looming?
  • Hearings Look at Wildfire and LWCF
  • SRS Extended
  • Groundwater Directives Withdrawn
  • Forest Planning Listening Sessions Continue
  • Blue Mountains Forest Plan Revision Redux
  • Eugene BLM Invests in Roads
  • SPI to Purchase Simpson Shelton Operations
  • Washington Hardwoods Commission Annual Meeting

March 2015 Newsletter

  • Walden Secures Reauthorization of County Payments
  • Duane Vaagen Testifies Before Senate Committee
  • AFRC’s Tom Partin Testifies on Appropriations
  • Northwest Forest Plan Revision Project
  • Challenge to DNR Salvage Sale
  • Insect and Disease CE Signed
  • Goose EIS and Analysis Paralysis
  • CEQ GHG Guidance Comments
  • Divided Lands
  • Region 6 Forest Supervisors
  • New Faces on the Mendocino
  • Last Chance to Register for AFRC’s Annual Meeting

February 2015 Newsletter

  • FS and BLM 2016 Budgets
  • SRS Bill Introduced
  • Ninth Circuit Upholds Landscape Scale Project
  • Designation by Prescription Debacle
  • Federal Forests an Early Focus for Daines
  • Will Kitzhaber’s Forestry Legacy Continue?
  • Sustainable Harvest Update and Arrearage Scoping
  • Washington Legislature
  • Spotted Owl Consultation Gets Silly
  • Forest Planning Rule Directives
  • Northwest Forest Plan Revision Begins
  • Jordan Cove Pipeline EIS
  • Forest Restoration Partnership Conference
  • Dick Posekany
  • 2015 Annual Meeting

January 2015 Newsletter

  • SRS, Wildfire, O&C and Forestry Bills
  • Committee Leadership Named
  • Kitzhaber’s Plan for Federal Forests
  • Washington DNR State Lands
  • DNR Scoping Sustainable Harvest Calculation
  • Forest Plan Updates
  • Pinchot Partners Receive Award
  • New Fish and Wildlife Bosses
  • Rod Swanson
  • 2015 Annual Meeting

December 2014 Newsletter

  • Congress Passes Key Bills – Exits DC
  • Region 6 Timber Purchasers Meeting
  • Forest Service Objection Process
  • Ninth Circuit Upholds Beaverslide Project
  • Concerning Verdict on Snow Basin
  • Plaintiff Assessed Costs in Algoma Case
  • Senate Announces Committee Assignments
  • Erica Rhoad Takes Staff Director Job
  • DNR State Aquatic Lands HCP
  • Umpqua Road Rules
  • Report Critcizes ESA Listing Process
  • New NEPA Guidance
  • Fisher Listing Comment Period Extended
  • AFRC Staff Awarded Patriotic Employer Awards
  • Milt Herbert
  • Interfor Corporation Buys Simpson Mills
  • Sierra Pacific to Construct New Sawmill
  • Forest Service Personnel Changes
  • Phillippi Named to OFRI Board