The Tillamook Rainforest hosts six salmon strongholds and stands an oasis for fish, wildlife, and recreation in Northwest Oregon. A new draft habitat conservation plan would protect roughly half of state lands in the Tillamook Rainforest for 70 years. This balanced approach has co-benefits for clean drinking water, climate stabilization, and outdoor recreation. Yet some special interests aim to go backward and increase logging of the Tillamook Rainforest.
Can you speak up for the Tillamook and all the benefits it provides?