Rural school districts on North Coast concerned about habitat conservation plan

Enviro & Legislation

School districts in Clatsop County are examining how the state’s proposed habitat conservation plan could affect revenue. The 70-year plan, prepared by the Oregon Department of Forestry, would designate protected habitat areas across nearly 640,000 acres of state forests, mostly in Clatsop and Tillamook counties. Jewell School District is almost entirely reliant on timber revenue…

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