Federal wildlife agencies are reviewing a plan to protect half of the Tillamook Rainforest through stream and forest reserves for 70 years. Unfortunately, a small but vocal alliance wants to heavily log in the Tillamook.

Tell decision makers you want a balanced management plan, one that protects wildlife, recreational opportunities, and clean air and water, and helps to stabilize the climate for generations to come. 

Please send a letter today to NOAA Fisheries and the Oregon Department of Forestry calling for a strong plan to Protect the Tillamook.

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Appeals court reverses verdict that awarded $1 billion to Oregon timber counties

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Plan for logging Oregon’s state forests while protecting imperiled wildlife moves forward

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Letter: Support rainforest conservation plan

Letter: Support rainforest conservation plan

I’ve lived on the North Coast for 33 years. As the owner of NW Women’s Surf Camps and Retreats, I…