Take Action: Speak Up for Oregon's Endangered Species
To save imperiled species, we have to save their homes.
On Oct. 6 the Oregon Board of Forestry will decide whether to move forward with a habitat conservation plan for the Tillamook, Clatsop and other state forest lands — including over 500,000 acres west of the Cascades. The plan isn't perfect, but it'll provide important protections for northern spotted owls, marbled murrelets, red tree voles, coho salmon and more.
Under the proposed plan, about half of state forests will be protected for conservation. We'll fight for more, but first the board has to commit to developing the plan.
Tell the board and Gov. Kate Brown that you support a strong habitat conservation plan.