Survey shows that Oregonians nearly unified in beliefs about wildfires

Enviro & Legislation

Throughout our history, Oregon’s forests have been charred by fire and just as often replenished in the reassuring experience of resilience and renewal. The extreme fires of the 1930s and 1940s, known as the Tillamook Burn, are remembered as much for nature’s rapid rebirthing and the replanting efforts of school children as for the damage…

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