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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Guest Editor-Blogger: Jim

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Some interesting things about the Elliott State Forest: All logging has ceased because of northern spotted owl. The State is looking for a private land co. to but it though it will can never be logged again. Weyco has logged some areas over in the Ash Valley area but most of the forest on the west side of Loon lake is now closed off to logging.


That woman's incident happened up behind Allegeny on the 2000 line near Crystal Creek. My dad saw the bigfoot near Elk Wallow.
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Jim said...

The State of Oregon is looking for a buyer for the Elliott State Forest. The state wants to sell it to a private land Company that will use it for public recreation because the timber money was to be used for schools (O&C Act of 1937). Over the last twenty years lawsuits have made it impossible for the state to sell any timber because the forest is considered a natural habitat or the Owl and marbled murrlet. .

Jim said...

Land Board must obey the law

More than a year ago — Dec. 12, 2013, to be exact — we reluctantly endorsed the preliminary recommendation of the State Land Board to sell the Elliott State Forest and finally get this burden off the state’s back.
August 23, 2015 2:50 pm To read the whole story go to www.theworldlink.com and search for Elliott State Forest.