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|Statement||prepared for Oregon Forest Resources Institute [by] E.D. Hovee & Company.|
|Contributions||E.D. Hovee & Company., Oregon Forest Resources Institute.|
|LC Classifications||SD144.O7 O744 2004|
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|Pagination||113 p. :|
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|LC Control Number||2004451715|
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If you ask people to name jobs in the forest sector, most would answer “logger.” And if you pressed them further, they might add “park ranger.” In an attempt to debunk the myth that there are only a couple of career options in forestry – and as part of our career outreach effort – in OFRI published “Find Your Path.” This page booklet is written for high school students.
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute produces a wide variety of educational videos covering a range of topics related to Oregon forests, forest management and forest products.
OFRI works closely with the scientific and academic communities to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided in these educational videos.
Oregon’s forest sector includes a wide variety of employment, from forestry, logging, millwork and cabinetmaking to engineering, hydrology, business management and academic research. Economists estimate that each million board feet of timber harvested creates or retains about 11 forest sector jobs.
research provides recommendations for an improved forest sector innovation system that can, in turn, increase competitiveness and synergies among forest sector companies, higher education, and other businesses in Oregon. Oregon Department of Forestry – Oregon’s Forest Action Plan 2 Implementation.
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Senate. Welcome to the Oregon Forest Industry Directory!. The d irectory facilitates the establishment of business connections between the broad array of interests in Oregon's forestry sector.
The Directory serves a number of purposes including: Helping woodland owners find contact information for log buyers, non-timber forest product buyers, and forestry consultants & contractors. © Oregon Forest Resources Institute.
visit: / visit us @ Economic Report; Summary Report. Former state forests. Former state forests include: Adair Tract State Forest aka Paul M. Dunn Research Forest, renamed and jointly administered as the McDonald-Dunn Forest by Oregon State University; George T.
Gerlinger State Experimental Forest, administered by the Oregon Department of Forestry as part of its West Oregon District; McDonald State Forest, north of Corvallis. The Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) is an educational organization based in the U.S. state of Oregon dedicated to forestry issues, including improving public understanding of the state's forest resources and encouraging environmentally sound forest provides education, training and publications for forest landowners, students and teachers, and the general public.
Poor people's agricultural activities also benefit from the role of forests and trees through contributions to land productivity, enhancing crop and livestock production, and providing genetic resources, among other services. "The industrial forest sector also plays an important economic role globally," said Dr.
Kaimowitz. InOregon’s forest sector, the state’s second-largest employer, employed more t people and paid a higher wage than the statewide average. Research on investments made by the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board found that for every million dollars invested in forestry and watershed restoration, between 15 and 24 jobs were created.
In this study, we will assess the current role of the primary and value-added wood industries in the Washington economy and their relative contributions over time, based on the state’s sector level data, and project their likely contribution in the near future using. The OSU Research Forests were donated to the College of Forestry to serve as a living laboratory and outdoor classroom for students, researchers and managers to learn about forest ecosystems and management.
OSU utilizes the Research Forests to find new ways to sustainably manage forests for conservation, education, business and recreation. [ii] Employment in the forest industry can be significant in rural areas – inOregon’s forest sector employed more t people and paid a higher wage than the statewide average.
[iii] The forest sector is the second largest employer in the state, responsible for 11% of Oregon’s economic output.
economic contributions of forests. Improved economic contributions from the forest sector in the future are likely to hinge on improved governance.
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B.a. Forest revenues supporting state and local government public services B.b. Forest‐related employment and wages B.c. Forest ecosystem services contributions to society B.d.
Forest products sector vitality AGENDA ITEM 8 Attachment 12 Page 12 of This post, first published in has been updated with new charts over time. A full set of slides from the update are included at the bottom of this post.
This post takes a high-level look at historical trends in Oregon's Wood Products industry in terms of. Oregon Forests Forever. Actively managed forests are good for Oregon.
They keep streams cool for fish and filter our drinking water. They’re where native wildlife live and thrive. PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon’s forest sector remains a resilient and vital contributor to Oregon’s economy, according to a comprehensive economic study published today by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.
The sector could create thousands of new rural jobs, given the right market conditions and a dependable supply of raw material. 16 MayRome - Governments, civil society and the private sector should ensure and strengthen the contributions of forests, trees and agroforestry systems to food security and nutrition, said participants in the first-ever International Conference on Forests for Food Security and Nutrition ( May), organized by FAO.
Globally, millions of people depend on forests for their livelihoods. Similarly, forest-sector contributions to GDP would probably be at least twice the official figures when allowing for the informal or non-monetary economy (Lebedys and Yanshu ).
According to. The Society of American Foresters, with ab members, is the national organization that represents all segments the forestry profession in the United States.
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Lee Paterson, Roseburg, Oregon. Lee Paterson is a retired Superintendent of Roseburg Public Schools and the Chairman of Communities for Healthy Forests. He’s a long-time resident of Douglas County – 48 years – and a 6th generation descendant of Oregon pioneers, who.
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There is currently a great deal of interest in Oregon, and around the nation, in woody biomass utilization. Biomass utilization has the potential to simultaneously address 3 seemingly unrelated goals – 1) reduced incidence of forest fires; 2) economic development; and 3) renewable energy.
While a number of recentFile Size: KB. Explore the Oregon Forest Management Services business page in Springfield, OR. Find more businesses with the D&B Business Directory at on: Deerhorn Rd, Springfield, Oregon’s Forest Products Industry: James 0. Howard United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station Resource Bulletin PNW October This file was created by scanning the printed publication.
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The map displays fire business threshold; low (green), medium (blue), high (yellow), very high (orange), and extremely high(red) indicating the potential for significant fires to occur. counties, as more than 50% of the land base in Oregon was, and continues to be, federally owned.
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