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Management conflicts in the Bull Run Reserve, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Bull Run Reserve was used as a case study of conflicts in management. The Bull Run Watershed supplies the Portland Metropolitan area with its water. Conflicting goals led to various management decisions. Sustained yield logging was allowed within the watershed. Concern that continued logging would lead to increased turbidity and necessitate installation of filtration facilities, led to a class action suit and the subsequent closure of the Bull Run Reserve to all activities. Resolution of the conflict is needed.
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