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Logging advocate to retire from Douglas County job
Robertson, 70, said he is retiring because of his age and the health of his son.

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Oregon timber harvest tops 4 billion board feet
Sixty percent of Oregon’s forest land is federal. Industrial and family owned lands comprise another 34 percent and the rest is divided between entities such as the state, counties and tribes. Percentage-wise, the largest harvest spike in 2013 was...
Agencies, landowners work together
Agencies, landowners work together
More Western landowners are entering into collaborative agreements with the federal government to manage their property in a way that protects the habitat of species that are being considered for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Company plans logging as Idaho land swap stalls
Under the deal, the federal agency would trade public land for the larger amount of private land owned by Western Pacific in the upper Lochsa River basin.