AFRC Calls on Congress to Do the Right Thing and Protect the People of Crooked River Ranch Portland – Today, AFRC President Travis Joseph responded to an alarming Bend Bulletin Editorial that highlights Congress’ failure to act on consensus measures urgently needed to protect rural Oregon communities and public forests. Congressman Greg Walden proposed carefully […]
On December 6, AFRC submitted comments to the Washington Department of Natural Resources regarding the Revised Draft Environmental Impact Statement (RDEIS) for Long-Term Conservation Strategy for the Marbled Murrelet.
AFRC sent the attached letter to the Oregon Delegation and Congressional leaders urging action on a bipartisan, comprehensive forest management approach instead of setting aside hundreds of thousands of acres for no-management designations like wilderness. In the wake of one of the most devastating and costly wildfire years in Oregon, members of the Oregon Delegation […]