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Award: Deschutes national forest headquarters - supply and delivery of wood pellets
In the Deschutes National Forest east and south of Eugene-Springfield, crews on Sunday were still battling the Pine Creek (29,500 acres), Black Rock (29,000) Jack Knife (13,260) and Bridge 99 Complex (7,500) fires.
Forest Service to reforest fire-damaged areas within Oregon's Deschutes National Forest to improve water quality.
Four days after he set out, Truett's sports car became stuck on a rural road in central Oregon's Deschutes National Forest.
For seven weeks that began last month, the Deschutes National Forest again is both home and workplace to 90 minimum-custody Oregon inmates.
For instance, Oregon's Deschutes National Forest is moving forward with a proposal to remove 2,000 truckloads of timber from a spotted owl "reserve.
The studies were done in the Metolius Research Natural Area in the Deschutes National Forest of the Oregon Cascade Range, a mix of old-growth trees more than 250 years old and younger regenerating trees about 40 years old.
Scene III: Northwest Forestry Association lobbyist Ross Mickey, a defector from 10 years with USFS, emerges from his station wagon at a snow park in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon.