Raise Your Voice for Oregon’s Forests

An Action Guide


Start 2022 by sharing your thoughts about ODF’s Forest Management Plan!

The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) is seeking feedback on draft forest management strategies for its Western Forest Management Plan.

Oregon’s Western Forest Management Plan (FMP) covers approximately 613,000 acres, including the Tillamook, Clatsop, and Santiam Districts. The FMP strategies are intended to provide specific management direction for these lands and represent an opportunity to build a better model for how the state approaches public forest management. This is a critical opportunity to help shape ODF’s future management direction and build a path forward that supports climate response and resilience.


Take the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HNQ8SG6
Deadline to complete surveyJanuary 7, 2022 @ 5pm

Raise your voice for Oregon’s forests - Action Guide (PDF) - A guide to help complete the survey

Survey Instructions

The survey will:
1) Ask you to select the goals most important to you, 
2) Ask you to rank your relative sense of satisfaction with the current strategy language tied to a given goal, and 
3) Give you a chance to input your specific comments.

We’ve compiled some recommendations for feedback in our Survey Action Guide (PDF). Pick and choose which goals and strategies you most want to weigh in on and feel free to copy/paste or adapt the text included in the guide to enter into the survey comment boxes as you see fit.

Note: this can be a lengthy survey, but you do not have to provide feedback for each goal! If you don’t have a strong opinion on a certain goal, feel free to select the “don’t know” option. 

Remember to provide your feedback by Friday, January 7, 2022 at 5 pm

Thank you!

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