AFRC partnered with the Southern Oregon Timber Industry Association to send a letter to the Medford District of the Bureau of Land Management regarding timber salvage on fire-devastated areas.
AFRC is always looking for creative solutions to complex problems. Learn how we are contributing to the conversation.
Chief Tony Tooke recently assembled agency leadership in Phoenix to focus on the key issues facing the agency, particularly the forest health crisis that threatens 80 million acres of Federal forests, communities, and neighboring landowners.
James Rudisill of the Willamette National Forest-McKenzie River Ranger District provided this PowerPoint presentation at the 2017 AFRC Annual Meeting. “What’s in that Silvicultural Toolbox?” demonstrates several management strategies- old and new- the district uses to fulfill its mandate.
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.
Forest products industry leaders sent a letter to congressional leaders urging bipartisan action on a legislative fix to the “Cottonwood” decision.
AFRC and 31 other associations and groups of natural resources users commented on the Forest Service’ proposal to amend the 2012 Forest Planning Rule.
AFRC Field Forester Andy Geissler prepared this helpful presentation highlighting how existing authorities are advancing forest restoration projects in Western Oregon.
The following is AFRC’s comments on the Proposed Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Expansion
The following represents AFRC’s comments to the Senate ENR on the Wildfire Budgeting, Response, and Forest Management Act of 2016.
AFRC calls on the Oregon Congressional Delegation to work together to find a balanced, bipartisan compromise to the O&C Lands crisis.