Speak Up For the Trees

When we fail to actively and sustainably manage our forests, we put our environment and communities at risk from catastrophic wildfires.

Let’s protect the Oregon forests and communities we love.

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Happy #WildlifeWednesday! Check out these Elk grazing on a 22-year-old unit in Lincoln County that was pre-commercially thinned last year. The elk are attracted to #forest areas like this because lots of sunlight reaches the ground, meaning more brush, grass, and undergrowth- AKA food! ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad they have found some browsing where it hasn't been sprayed. They are also very much attracted to fields, gardens, fruit trees there are huge herds locally around Lincoln County. Much of their grazing areas logged, burned and sprayed and they now are regular and very destructive visitor to many local farms, including ours. We are hunters, though we no longer hunt them as some farms spread toxic sewage sludge aka biosolids and the elk graze in them in the Siletz Valley. This practice is allowed in the forest in Oregon.

Average Atmospheric carbon dioxide residence time is 150 years! No effect of any emissions work or recession! cctruth.org/cctruth.pdf donate on cctruth.org On Netflix or YouTube watch kiss the ground movie!

We need to protect the FORESTS. We all have roles to play - from conserving resources to preserving the ecosystem. Forests are the lifeline: www.qualitenpress.com/qualiten-insight/multimedia/qualiten-09007000004-multimedia-i-am-forest/

These guys and gals are almost in my backyard. I love Oregon😊❤

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The Ernst & Young report shows that the Oregon forest sector is paying more taxes than other businesses. Watch a presentation of the report here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5vSGa744dE ... See MoreSee Less

The Ernst & Young report shows that the Oregon forest sector is paying more taxes than other businesses. Watch a presentation of the report here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5vSGa744dE

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Scroll down to Public Disputes & Audit Practices. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_%26_Young

DID YOU KNOW ~

Coal people argue for coal, fossil fuel people argue for fossil fuel, commercial fisher people argue for commercial fishing, and tree people argue for cutting down more trees. Our earths natural resources are not infinite and removing them upsets the balance. And at the end of the day, it does not matter whether or not this notion is in your belief system.

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