Managing western hemlock forests in the Oregon Coast Range Public Deposited

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  • Western hemlock forests in the coastal areas of Oregon are some of the most productive and diverse forests in the world. This rich diversity represents both a challenge and an opportunity for woodland owners interested in managing western hemlock on their property.
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