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Second, all forest practice rules were to be approved by two-thirds of the timber owners in any forest district before being finalized by the Board of Forestry.
The new law reflected the more powerful status of scientists in postwar environmental politics and was based on the 1972 UC Davis Report's recommendation of a system of "resource conservation standards to protect watersheds and ecological values." The law charged the Board of Forestry and the Division of Forestry it oversaw with creating forest practice rules to end the depletion of timber resources, "giving consideration to values relating to recreation, watershed, wildlife, range and forage, fisheries, regional economic vitality, employment and aesthetic enjoyment." The law additionally required timber companies to submit Timber Harvest Plans before any new cutting and to allow the Department of Fish and Game and the Water Quality Control Boards to comment on the plans.
But if EPIC members thought the Board of Forestry and the timber industry would take this third defeat at the hands of environmental groups as a signal to reform the Forest Practice Rules and Forestry methodology, they were wrong.
There is a precedent for amending the Forest Practice Rules to enable restoration; in 2012, the state Board of Forestry adopted an amendment allowing conifers to be removed from aspen stands and meadows for restoration purposes.
The Burney Gardens project was the first THP to take advantage of a 2012 change in the Forest Practice Rules called the Aspen, Meadow, and Wet Area Restoration rule modification (Aspen and Meadow Rule).
Under the new Aspen and Meadow Rule, managers were allowed to bypass Forest Practice Rules requirements for conifer regeneration such as size restrictions (generally 40 acres) and adjacency restrictions, which prohibited adjacent clear-cuts for 5 years.
In 2012, the Forest Practice Rules were modified in recognition of changes to natural disturbance processes, such as fire suppression, that led to conifer encroachment of meadows.
The Weatherses claim that Oregon's forest practice rules foster greater respect for forest neighbors, and promote U.S.
SPRINGFIELD - The Northwest and Southwest Oregon Regional Forest Practice committees will meet here Friday morning to review the work of an ad hoc regional forest practice rules subcommittee.
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