On April 15, 2016 AFRC submitted comments to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on the “Oregon Wildlands Act” and the “Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act”
AFRC has officially launched its partnership with the Eugene/Springfield Habitat for Humanity. To learn how you can donate or volunteer, please read and review our letter and sponsorship.
Washington D.C. Updates Geyer Testifies in D.C. FTPC Spring Meeting BLM Releases Final RMPs 20-Year Thinning Study Dr. Goldmark Withdraws from Race Candidates for Public Lands Commissioner WA Legislature Funds Prescribed Fire Collaboratives WA Dept. of Commerce Funds Darrington Collaborative Fisher Will Not be Listed FWS Reopens Caribou Comments AFRC/Habitat Project Launches 2016 Annual Meeting […]
In the Inland Northwest, where the forest land base is dominated by federal ownership and the forests are managed for a multitude of benefits, life cycle analysis suggests that the optimal solution for maximizing carbon gain under both current and future climate conditions is to manage forests to maximize long-lived wood products and to minimize the risk of severe wildfires.
Today, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released its final proposed Resource Management Plans (RMPs) for 2.5 million acres of forestland in Western Oregon, including over 2 million acres of unique “O&C” lands.