Shaping Oregon’s State Public Forest Management: WSC Public Survey Guide

This Oregon Department of Forestry public survey covers draft strategies associated with each goal under the draft Western Forest Management Plan, which covers approximately 613,000 acres of state public forests including the Tillamook, Clatsop, and Santiam. These strategies are intended to provide specific management direction for these lands and represent an opportunity to build a better model for how the state approaches public forest management.

The survey will first ask you to select the goals most important to you, then ask for your relative sense of satisfaction with the current strategy language tied to a given goal, and offer you a chance to input specific comments (and move on to other goals/strategies). Our survey guide outlines the goals that Wild Salmon Center finds most important and/or feels need the most work, with recommendations for what you could helpfully input into each goal’s survey comment box.