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Timber resource statistics for Oregon, January 1, 1973

Patricia M. Bassett

Timber resource statistics for Oregon, January 1, 1973

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Published by Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oregon
    • Subjects:
    • Forests and forestry -- Oregon -- Statistics.,
    • Timber -- Oregon -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPatricia M. Bassett, Grover A. Choate.
      SeriesUSDA Forest Service resource bulletin PNW ; 56
      ContributionsChoate, Grover A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD11 .A45616 no. 56, SD144.O7 .A45616 no. 56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. ;
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4852100M
      LC Control Number75601085

      An overview of steps in planning and conducting a sale of timber and logs from small woodlands. Discusses how to do market research, identify product options, decide on type of sale (standing timber or logs), develop a marketing strategy, identify the sale area, find and contact potential buyers, develop a contract, select the right logger, develop a logging contract, and monitor the sale.   Back in the s and s in much of Northern California, it was about the same as Oregon--everyone worked in the lumber industry in many towns--my grandfather and great uncles worked for a good chunk of thier lives for Georgia Pacific right out of high school. My dad and uncles all worked summers in the millsall the way up through college. Reducing erosion on highly erodible and other environmentally sensitive cropland can help improve water quality and enhance wildlife habitat. To help landowners protect soil, water, fish, and wildlife by growing the right trees and plants along streams, ODF can help landowners access incentives available through the federal Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) or the Conservation Reserve. by Rex Storm, Forest Policy Manager Associated Oregon Loggers. Truckers & Loggers Swallow Oregon Tax Hikes: Effective Jan. 1, , logging and trucking businesses across Oregon began paying the “phase 3” transportation tax increase, which was passed by the Democrat super-majority Legislature. This “phase 3” tax adds another 25% to statewide fuel & gasoline taxes, raising both.


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Timber resource statistics for Oregon, January 1, 1973 by Patricia M. Bassett Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Timber resource statistics for Oregon, January 1, [Patricia M Bassett; Grover A Choate; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)].

Timber Country: Logging in the Great Northwest Hardcover – January 1, by (Oregon, Washington), British Columbia, and Southeast Alaska, and shows and explains the different logging systems in use at the time, including balloon logging and A-frame beach logging. Super cool.5/5(4).

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Timber resource statistics for forest land in eastern Washington, January Resour. Bull. PNW-RB Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 46 p. This report summarizes timber resource statistics for the 20 counties in eastern : Andrew N.

Gray, Jeremy S. Fried, Glenn Christensen, Larry. Potts. ODF offers a number of ways to help keep Oregon forests healthy and working through contracting special forest services, timber sales, reforestation and other administrative tasks. On state owned forestlands, almost all timber sales are sold through a bidding process.

Percentages of revenue from these timber sales go to respective counties. Timber is an unincorporated community in Washington County, Oregon, United 's population isits ZIP code isit has 59 housing units and its land area is sq mi ( km 2), with a population density of /sq mi (/km 2).

The town is connected to the coast and Timber resource statistics for Oregon by US to the north and Oregon Highway 6 to the : Washington.

wood products industries over the year span (Figure 1). Even though fewer people had timber jobs, productivity increased as mills took advantage of modem technology. In it took about wage and salary employees to process 1 million board feet of timber into solid-wood prod- ucts (Greber ).

By that figure had fallen to about. (Septem ), Through Mill To Market (October 7, ), ZMillions In Oregon Lumber (January 1, ), and An Up-To-Date Oregon Logging amp, ( ). In order to trace the historic progression of deforestation across the North American continent, teachers can reference maps such as those available here:File Size: KB.

Oregon’s Timber History, An Update Over the past year a cross-agency team has identified and geocoded current and former mill sites in Oregon.

The team is made of brownfield program managers from DEQ and OHA, folks from DLCD, Business Oregon, and Portland State researchers. Name: Timber, Oregon.

Class: E3. GPS:Directions: Take Highway 26 West towards the Coast. Follow the signs to Seaside. Take a left at Timber Road after miles. Timber is three miles up the road along the Nehalem River.

The town is mostly at the bottom of the hill, but the Post Office is halfway up the hill. Description. Timber Country: Logging in the Great Pacific Northwest by Earl Roberge (Caxton Printers, Ltd.

) (). This is an enormous folio-sized art book on the timber industry on the Pacific Coast and in the Pacific Northwest. It's full of beautiful lithographs rather than photos, and the pictures are all of enormous trees that have been felled.4/5. Oregon Department of Forestry. Oregon Department of Forestry.

Forest Related Agencies & Organizations. Grants & Incentives. Proposed Laws & Rules. Tribal Government Relations. Information & Statistics. Restrictions & Closures.

Fire Prevention. Firefighting Resources. IFCA Crew Contract. Forestland Classification. Fire Danger & Weather. Timber, Oregon History & Community has 1, members. We are all about Timber, Oregon and remembering the History of one of the greatest logging and rail.

Oregon Forests Forever. Actively managed forests are good for Oregon. They keep streams cool for fish and filter our drinking water. They’re where native wildlife live and thrive. They’re where we go to play. They keep Oregonians in green, family wage jobs providing renewable wood products for the world.

That’s worth protecting. timber could remain fairly stable over the next two decades. The predicted reduction in the timber resource base in could account for a loss of approximately 1, jobs or percent of total employm~nt in the forest products industries.

Labor force. Timber communities in Oregon operated in an economic environment that prospered and suffered with the price of lumber.

Timber harvesting grew apace during the early s, with loggers east and west of the Cascade Range pushing farther away from waterways in their quest for timber. Oregon (Summary) Forestland Program. Tax Type: Property taxes under this program range from 40 cents per acre to $ per acre, depending on location of the property and the ability of your property to grow timber.

Description: The property tax on the land is based on the value of the land as forestland. Currently, timber is not taxed through the property tax system.

RESOURCE ATLAS July Oregon State University Extension Service Prepared by Marilyn Tam, Research Assistant, mainly timber With its 20 billion board feet of Oregon Blue Book,January Table 1.

Weather Stations, Elevation and Years of Record, Coos County. The Oregon Forest Resources Institute works closely with the scientific and academic communities to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information it provides through this website and other education programs. View or order the publications and products described below.

ALERT. A historical look at the timber industry in Oregon. The industry used to employ 1 in 10 workers statewide in the s and at a 30% wage premium compared to th Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

Cruising all of Oregon’s timber land was a long and arduous task. Most of the work went into valuing the standing timber.

Land carried only nominal values. Bythe reappraisal plus rising timber prices drastically increased the value of timber on Oregon’s tax rolls. Timber assessed values in Western Oregon climbed from $38 million in.

About Oregon Timber. Written by AJAA on 06 December Posted in Blog. Appearance. The heartwood of Douglas Fir (a common name for an Oregon timber) ranges in colour from yellow through orange to a deep reddish brown. Sapwood is often distinctively paler, occurring in a band from 50 to 75 millimetres in width, depending on the timber’s source.

The Free Library > Date > > January > 3 > The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR) Icon of Oregon's timber industry dies. Link/Page Citation Byline: Lewis Taylor The Register-Guard CORRECTION (ran 1/05/05): Inthe Georgia-Pacific lumber company offered to sell Bohemia Lumber Co.

any or all of the timber on more thanacres of land it. Contents. Agriculture Handbooks by Title; Agriculture Handbooks by Number - ; Subject Index (with links to Handbook Title) ; The National Agricultural Library (NAL) call number of each Agriculture Handbook is (), where xxx is the series document number of the publication.

Robert William "Bob" Straub (May 6, – Novem ) was an American politician and businessman from the state of Oregon.A native of California, he settled in Eugene, Oregon, where he entered politics.A Democratic politician, he served in the Oregon State Senate, as the Oregon State Treasurer, and one term as the 31st Governor of Oregon from to Born: Robert William Straub, May 6.

Certainly, the policy ensured a steady reliable source of mast timber during England's ascension to naval dominance, but at a price. Perceived violations of property rights on New England colonists served only to stoke the embers of rebellion. Shipments of New England timber continued unabated until the outbreak of the Revolutionary War.

The 5, Timber, OR property records. Learn about the property records of homes in Timber. Courtesy of ®. Historical timber harvest in eastern Oregon by owner group and ecoregion is shown in Figure 1a and Figure 1b.

Ecoregion boundaries and the counties used to approximate ecoregions in the harvest statistics are shown in Figure 2. At the half-state level (lowest panel in Figure 1a), industrial and NIPF harvests show considerable year-to-year.

This post, first published in has been updated with new charts over time. A full set of slides from the update are included at the bottom of this post. This post takes a high-level look at historical trends in Oregon's Wood Products industry in terms of.

While the timber industry likes to talk about "working forests," current timber-harvesting practices are NOT working to manage healthy forests.

Today. For more coverage: With 30 million acres of forestland, Oregon has a lucrative timber industry that makes $13 billion each year.

But. The seed of Oregon Women in Timber (OWIT) was planted then in Jan — By Diann Washburn – Jane was one of OWIT’s founding members and an advocate for educating Oregon about managed forests.

I was recently sent an article that was written in about Women for Timber and our education program before the days of “Talk About Trees”. Eastern Oregon Lumber Company grows, harvests, and processes timber for use as building lumber.

The following data pertain to the company’s sawmill: Work-in-process inventory, January 1 (materials: 60 percent; conversion: 40 percent). 30, units Work-in-process inventory, December /5(4). LEGISLATIVE REVENUE OFFICE Court St NE Rm. Salem, Oregon Research Brief () Research Report # February REVENUES FROM TIMBER IN OREGON.

This report reviews the revenues that flow primarily to local governments from property taxes on. Overall, Oregon had a percent decrease in timber harvest for a total of billion board feet. Approximately 49 percent, or million acres, of Oregon is forested.

The Jefferson County GIS Interactive Mapper features layers that show aerial photographs, roads, railroads, federal land, urban growth boundaries, zoning, fire districts, school districts, tax lot cards, assessment and tax information, assessor maps, subdivision maps, flood zones, water bodies, streams, wildlife ranges, and other information.

The University of Oregon, Map & Aerial. Timber collapse fuels resentment of federal policy. Phil Taylor, E&E News reporter. Greenwire: Tuesday, Janu The Hines Lumber Co.

timber mill is a vestige of Harney County’s logging. Children were a large part of these statistics: Oregon's child poverty rate shot up 25% between and alone, so that in one in five children in the state was living in poverty.

Bythe struggle between environmentalists and the timber industry over logging in Oregon's forests had become a major public policy debate. Oregon Secretary of State. Home; Contact the Oregon Center for Health Statistics District Clerk Record Book, or Oregon School Register and Record Book, which is the most comprehensive record of school district activities.

School district records have been inventoried through. low-waste mills from timber. And it meets tough federal and state air emission standards and other environmental laws.

Oregon. Where business and forests grow together. WOOD PRODU jobs 1, companies $ billion in exports $ billion in sales Summer St. NE, Suite Salem, Oregon ––   the Pacific Northwest. Teensma et al. (; Figure 1) reconstructed the age-class distribution of forests in the 19th and 20th century for the Oregon coast range, noting that as much as 35% of the mapped landscape was in a ^recently burned condition in í ô ñ ì.

However, thisFile Size: KB. Traditionally, states that rely on the timber industry, like Oregon, haven't had much to cheer in the last 30 years. Modernization of mills, economic changes and huge declines in logging led to a.