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|Thursday, June 04, 2009|
Wednesday marked a decision by the Oregon Board of Forestry to permit more logging in the Tillamook and Clatsop forests. The plan to step up clearcutting by 20% will reduce the area of old-growth forest in the region, but it brought support from foresters and protests from conservationists.
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