The Oregon Department of Forestry is advancing a management plan of state-managed forested land, the biggest chunk of which is in the Tillamook rainforest, a vibrant ecosystem spanning roughly 500,000 acres of public land between Portland and the Oregon coast.

The plan was developed with substantial public input to meet the requirements of the federal Endangered Species Act by protecting habitat for fish and wildlife, including endangered species.

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