Oregon man-forest relationships and the 1971 Forest Practices Act Public Deposited

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  • Since the inception of white settlement, Oregon man-forest relationships have progressively matured. The 1971 Forest Practices Act is the culmination to date of increasing societal concern for the protection of the forest environment and the conservation of its resources. The Act has resulted in an increased employment of forest practices which reduce damage to the forest environment, a greater degree of state natural resource agency cooperation and coordination, and a widened regulatory role for the Department of Forestry. The effectiveness of the Act's Forest Practice Rules as environmental safeguards, however, is reduced by the vagueness of their language, the Rules seem not to adequately encourage the practice of sustained yield forestry in Oregon, nor does the Act appear to provide for adequate inclusion of the public in the rule-making process. Nevertheless, in a conceptual sense, the Act represents a public affirmation that forest practices should be conducted with the recognizance that man, the forest land, and its natural resources, are interrelated, interdependent parts of a complex system.
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