Appeals Court Decision on State Timberland Goes Against Counties; Setting Aside $1 Billion Judgment

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Oregon Court of Appeals has found the state Board of Forestry is not required to maximize logging revenues on forestland obtained from counties. Instead, the Board of Forestry must “secure the greatest permanent value of such lands to the state”. That can include protecting wildlife habitat, preserving forests, and recreation. The ruling…

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