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Oregon Forest BioDiversity Explorer -- This tool – utilizing forest biodiversity information compiled for Oregon’s Statewide Forest Assessment – is specifically designed so Tree Farmers can consult an authoritative database regarding threatened, endangered, rare, sensitive (as well as more ubiquitous) species and habitats including forests of High Conservation Value in the privacy of their own home. For a demo of this feature, watch the web video demonstration of the LocatOR.


A Guide to Priority Plant and Animal Species in Oregon’s Forests published by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute. This guide is designed to assist forest landowners, land managers, students and educators in understanding how forests provide habitat for different wildlife and plant species. Keeping forestland in forestry is a great way to mitigate habitat loss resulting from development, mining and other non-forest uses. Through the use of specific forestry techniques, landowners can maintain, enhance and even create habitat for birds, mammals and amphibians while still managing lands for timber production.


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