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The Clackamas County Forest & Timber Management Program is planning a timber sale on county property approximately 15 miles south of the City of Molalla. The proposed sale will harvest approximately 1.6 million board feet of timber from 50 acres of the 160-acre property. 

Read the plan

Public comment period open through Monday, Dec. 16, 2019.

For more information on the sale or to comment on the plan, contact Andrew Dobmeier, County Forester at 503-742-4425 or email adobmeier@clackamas.us

Balances biological, economic, and social considerations in the management of county-owned forested properties while utilizing the resources to provide residents of the County with a variety of outdoor experiences.

Forests are a key to the quality of life in Clackamas County. County forest properties are open for most day-use activities except target shooting, motorized recreation and firewood cutting.

After-dark and overnight use are not allowed and camp fires are not allowed.

Forest Management and Recreational Use

Forests are a key to the quality of life in Clackamas County. County forest properties are open for most day-use activities except target shooting, motorized recreation and firewood cutting.

After-dark and overnight use are not allowed and camp fires are not allowed.

shooting prohibited sign

Shooting Prohibited

Shooting is not allowed on county forest and parks lands. Please consult with your local U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management office for locations of designated shooting areas on federal land. 

Learn more about county forest management and practices.

Volunteers to serve on the Forest Advisory Board.

Illegal Dumping

Learn more about what illegal dumping is and how to stop it.

Report illegal dumping: 503-650-3333

The Lumber Industry

Learn about earth friendly ways to support the lumber industry and urban building needs.

Forest Advisory Board

We are seeking members for the Forest Advisory Board. For more information, contact Christina Dannenbring at 503-742-4663 or cdannenbring@clackamas.us.