March 3, 2022 — Today, the Oregon House of Representatives voted 50-8 to approve SB 1546 to create the Elliott State Research Forest and appropriate $121 million to decouple the 82,500-acre forest near Coos Bay from the Common School Fund (CSF). The vote follows the Oregon Senate’s approval of the legislation 22-4 on Tuesday.
Elliott State Research Forest Proposal Released — Your Comments Needed
In late October 2020, Oregon State University’s College of Forestry released its draft proposal to create the Elliott State Research Forest. This plan remains a work in progress, and Cascadia … Continue reading Elliott State Research Forest Proposal Released — Your Comments Needed
Safeguarding the Elliott Rainforest
History of the Elliott Legal Fight Takes Off Resistance to Privatization The Future of the Elliott A Coastal Rainforest Gem Tied to School Funding The 93,000-acre Elliott State Forest lies … Continue reading Safeguarding the Elliott Rainforest