Newsletters

May 2014 Newsletter

  • Forest Service Water Quality Directives
  • Proposed Critical Habitat Rule Changes
  • Snow Basin Ninth Circuit Decision
  • Algoma Project to go Forward
  • DNR Timber Sale Program Update
  • Fuel Treatments Make Economic Sense
  • GAO NEPA Report
  • More Management Under Farm Bill
  • Siuslaw Audit Results
  • Siuslaw Pre-solicitation and Stewardship Meetings
  • SAF Hires EVP

April 2014 Newsletter

  • Skamania Meeting a Success
  • House Letter to Senate on Forestry Bills
  • Governors Request HFRA Designations
  • BLM O&C Budget Efforts
  • Jazz Project to go Forward
  • AFRC Argues Planning Rule Case
  • DNR Timber Sales Challenged
  • SW Oregon Update
  • ESA Hearing
  • Monument Designation Transparency Bill
  • Blue Mountain Plan Comment Period Extended
  • Federal Timber Purchasers to Meet
  • Connaughton to Retire
  • Neil Kornze Confirmed

March 2014 Newsletter

  • Hearing on O&C, Barrasso Bills
  • Barrasso Bill Introduced
  • Farm Bill Signed
  • Court Issues New Order on Survey & Manage
  • Lawsuit Seeks Additional Volume
  • Kelsey Peak Objection
  • Bonnie Announces Partnership Projects
  • Stewardship Contract Seminar
  • Forest Management a Priority
  • Hastings to Retire
  • Milt Herbert Honored
  • 2014 Annual Meeting
  • Eco-Terrorist Sentenced

February 2014 Newsletter

  • Hearing on O&C, Barrasso Bills
  • Barrasso Bill Introduced
  • Farm Bill Signed
  • Court Issues New Order on Survey & Manage
  • Lawsuit Seeks Additional Volume
  • Kelsey Peak Objection
  • Bonnie Announces Partnership Projects
  • Stewardship Contract Seminar
  • Forest Management a Priority
  • Hastings to Retire
  • Milt Herbert Honored
  • 2014 Annual Meeting
  • Eco-Terrorist Sentenced

January 2014 Newsletter

  • Omnibus Spending Bill Passes
  • AFRC Wins Ruling in South George
  • Wild Olympics Wilderness Legislation
  • Wyden-Crapo Wildfire Funding Bill
  • County Payments Hearing
  • SW Oregon Salvage Update
  • BLM Regeneration & the Murrelet
  • Collins Company Honored
  • Federal Forests Work Plan Adopted
  • O&C Bill Hearing
  • 2014 Annual Meeting

December 2013 Newsletter

  • ENR Markup of Key Forestry Titles
  • No O&C Data Yet
  • Baucus to China
  • AFRC Files Amicus Brief
  • Temporary Flooding Ruled a Taking
  • N. California FY13 Target Accomplishments
  • House Looks at ESA Again
  • Committee Considers Nominations

November 2013 Newsletter

  • Wyden O&C Legislation
  • Senate Constituent and Colleague Letters
  • Committee Examines Budgets/Wildfire
  • Southwest Oregon Fire Salvage
  • D-Bug Project Update
  • Challenged Thinning Project Charred
  • OESF Draft EIS Released
  • Boise Innovative Appeal Resolution
  • Forest Service FY13 Timber Sales Results
  • Hearing on Public Lands Bills
  • Appropriations Committee Reshuffling
  • BLM Hosts Community Listening Sessions

October 2013 Newsletter

  • Contract Suspensions Overturned
  • AFRC in DC
  • Farm Bill to Conference
  • Yosemite Rim Fire Salvage Bill
  • Gifford Pinchot Collaboration
  • Paul Cole: 1926-2013

September 2013 Newsletter

  • Federal Forest Legislation Passes House
  • Administration Threatens 1526 Veto
  • Helium Reserves Rescue Counties
  • Forest Service and the CR
  • Debt Limit Letter
  • Malheur 10-year Stewardship Awarded
  • A to Z Awarded
  • Bybee Decision
  • Forest Roads Case Resuscitated
  • Barred Owl Decision Signed
  • Logger Safety Initiative
  • Kootenai/Panhandle Management Plans
  • Molinelli Joins AFRC

August 2013 Newsletter

  • Fire Money Runs Out
  • Western Oregon Wildfire Update
  • N. California Fires Continue
  • The Slow Wheels of Justice
  • Rio Climax Project Upheld
  • Lawsuit Against SPI Dismissed
  • Forest Management Reform Urged
  • Counties Say Bill Falls Short
  • Eastside Restoration Strategy
  • Field Hearing on Collaboratives
  • Timber Contract Liability Creep
  • Forest Service Money Returned
  • Pilot Thompson Decision
  • Elliott Parcels Sale Considered
  • Oregon Forest Practices Revisions
  • OBF Visits Eastern Oregon
  • New Resources from OFRI
  • Forest Service and BLM Moving