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Governor John A. Kitzhaber's Administration

Record Series Descriptions

Forestry Advisor Records
1994-2002
Office/Function: Natural Resource Office
5.5 cubic feet
Arrangement: By folder title

Records document the actions of the forestry advisor of the governor’s Natural Resource Office. Subjects include mining, land exchange, timber supply, roadless areas, clear cutting, Board of Forestry, management plans, legislation, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Hull-Oakes Lumber Company, and others. Records include correspondence, reports, memoranda, photographs, legislation, maps, notes, e-mails, press clippings, and related documents. Many of the records are publications and copies of reports from elsewhere.

Container List

Box 1
1. Badlands
2. Blue Mountains Demonstration Area (BMDA) "Strike Team"
3-5. Board of Forestry
6. Board of Forestry Appointments
7. Bull Run
8. Bureau of Land Management
9. Canadian Softwood Agreement
10-11. Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
12-13. Clear Cutting
14. Committee of Scientists
15. Coos Tribe Proposal
16. Coquille Forest
17-18. Coquille Land Transfer
19-26. Correspondence
27. Crown Pacific Logging Company
28. "Decoupling" Economic Growth from Environmental Impact
29. Eastside Forest Health Advisory Panel
30-31. Eastside: History & Background
32. Eleven Point Plan
33. Ellingson Timber Sales
34. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
35. Fire Plan
36. Fixed Anchors Ban

Box 2
1-2. Forest Advisor Panel
3-7. Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment Team (FEMAT)
8-13. Forest health
14. Forest Health: Background
15-16. Forest Health: BMDA
17. Forest Health: Eastside Advisory Panel
18. Forest Health Tour
19. Forest Practices
20-26. Forest Issues

Box 3
1. Forestry Legacy
2. Forest Management Planning
3-5. Forest Policy
6. Forestry Letters
7-8. Forestry on Tribal Lands
9. Global Warming
10. Hells Canyon
11. Hood River
12. Hull-Oakes Lumber Company
13. John Day River
14. Integrated Scientific Assessment of Ecosystem Management for the Columbia River Basin
15. Intergovernmental Advisory Council
16. Klamath Proposal
17-18. Lakeview
19. Land Exchange
20. Lower Deschutes
21. Medicine Mountain National Monument
22. Memos In
23. Memos Out
24-26. Mineral Extraction
27-30. Mt. Hood Meadows
31. Mt. Hood Ski Area (Parking Lot Expansion)
32-36. N. W. Oregon State Forests Management Plan

Box 4
1-2. Opal Creek
3-7. Oregon & California (O & C) Rail Road Lands
8. Pelican Butte
9. Proposed Rule
10. Province Advisory Committee
11. Public Lands: Steens Mountains
12. Recreation Fees
13. Regulatory Stability
14-19. Roadless Area
20. Salmonberry Rail Road
21. Salmon Recovery in the Tillamook & Clatsop State Forests
22-27. Salvage Rider
28. Silver lake Ecosystem Restoration

Box 5
1. Siskiyou Mining Operations
2. Siskiyou Wild Rivers
3-6. Smith Rock
7-11. Special Places
12-14. Steens
15. Sustainable Forests
16-17. Testimony & Statements
18-21. Tillamook State Forest
22-23. Timber Supply
24-25. Timber taxes
26. Umatilla Basin Project
27. Unused Economic Opportunities
28. Upper Deschutes

Box 6
1. U. S. Congress & Forest health
2. U. S. Highway 26 Widening (Wildwood to Rhododendron)
3. Western Juniper
4-5. Wilderness Access
6. Wilderness Study Report
7. Wilderness, 2002
8. Wildfire & Poverty
9-11. Wildfire & Salvage Logging

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