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Forests and Timber

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Here's an opportunity to take a closer look at what goes on in an actively managed forest. When you look across a forested landscape in Oregon, you may see a patchwork of colors. Each patch is called a "stand," and many stands make up a forest. Each color— the light green of a rapidly growing young stand, the dark green of the deep, shadowy canopy of an old-growth forest, and many shades in between— represents a management decision and reflects a different stage of a forest stand's development. Explore further and see what goes on in many actively managed forests.

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Planning | What's a Forester? | Watersheds

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