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Memorial set for logger struck by tree west of Eugene
Colt Campbell was struck by a tree last week while working with his family’s timber cutting business on Weyerhaeuser property west of Eugene.

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Legality of Cascade-Siskiyou expansion challenged
Legality of Cascade-Siskiyou expansion challenged
A lawsuit by 17 Oregon counties is challenging the expansion of the Cascade-Siskiyou national monument.
Colorado’s 834 million dead trees threaten to worsen fires
Foresters say Colorado's beetle-infested forests have about 834 million standing dead trees, threatening to worsen wildfires and degrade vital water supplies that flow from forested mountains
Tree mortality epidemic in California forests keeps spreading
Tree mortality epidemic in California forests keeps spreading
A task force set up by Gov. Jerry Brown is seeking solutions as drought, pests and other factors have killed 102 million trees in California forests since 2010.
Climate change panel urges delay in Oregon forest policy decisions
Climate change panel urges delay in Oregon forest policy decisions
A panel of climate change experts has urged Oregon lawmakers to delay forest policy decisions until more is known about offsetting emissions.
Inslee: Suppression, carbon fuel catastrophic wildfires
Inslee: Suppression, carbon fuel catastrophic wildfires
Inslee on forests: too much fire suppression and climate change
Forest audit finds Idaho loggers following state rules
The audit done every four years started in 1984 when officials found a compliance rate of 82 percent. Compliance has been above 90 percent in every audit since.

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