O&C Lands are Holding Together our Salmon Sustaining Ecosystems

Monday, December 01, 2014

As a filmmaker who has spent a number of years documenting salmonid populations of the West Coast, it is very clear that Oregon’s O&C lands are holding together what is left of salmon sustaining ecosystems.  A majority of these lands are in the headwaters of Oregon’s legendary rivers; rivers that have some of the most stable wild populations of steelhead and salmon on the West Coast.

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Congress finding the responsible balance between timber production and conservation protections is the key to sustaining our Northwest way of life. Learn more about the O&C lands, what is at stake and how we can responsibly protect a precious Oregon heritage that belongs to all of us.

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