Dec. 4, 2018
Room 115 Auditorium
Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City
The Clackamas County Timber Sale Advisory Committee will meet at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4. The purpose of the meeting will be to take public comment about and review the proposed timber sale on county property approximately one mile north of Highway 26 and the community of Brightwood. The proposed sale will harvest approximately 2,051 thousand board feet of timber from 75 acres of the 117-acre property known as Boomer II.
For more information, members of the media or public may contact Andrew Dobmeier, County Forester, at 503-742-4425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
The county manages 3,000 acres of forest using sustainable practices. All activities are done in accordance with the Oregon Forest Practices Act.
The revenue from county timber sales is used to support operations of Clackamas County Parks and Forests.
We maintain about 1,000 acres of forest where there is no scheduled timber harvest. The majority of these acres are Clackamas County Parks where trees are only removed for public safety concerns or infrastructure development.
To find out how to report illegal dumping of trash on forest lands in Clackamas County, visit Dump Stoppers.