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The bills would expand the Wild Rogue Wilderness and Oregon Caves National Monument in southwestern Oregon, create new wilderness along the John Day River in Central Oregon, and create the Devil's Staircase Wilderness to protect old growth forest in the Coast Range on the Siuslaw National Forest.
A former supervisor at Oregon's Siuslaw National Forest, Furnish was profiled in American Forests (Earthkeepers) in Autumn 1998.
The fights with OHV users over the alcohol ban and camping restrictions were contentious, but the ferociousness of the tussle over the trail closures is almost unprecedented, said Frank Davis, a planner at the Siuslaw National Forest.
Stahl has gold-plated environmental credentials - he was behind the 1988 Mapleton lawsuit that ended clear-cutting on the Siuslaw National Forest, which ultimately led to the protection for the northern spotted owl and the transformation of federal forest lands management.
While serving on the Siuslaw National Forest Resource Advisory Council, Stahl demonstrated his ability to work with all stakeholders to get successful resolutions to difficult problems.
The success of the Siuslaw National Forest - which focuses its timber program on thinning projects in areas that already have been logged in the past - points the way forward.
COASTAL CAMP SITE CLOSED UNTIL MAY 1 The Eel Creek Campground south of Reedsport on the Oregon Coast is closed until May 1, Siuslaw National Forest Officials announced last week, because of a lack of visitors during the winter months.
19 column in The Register-Guard, "Siuslaw forest stewardship a model for entire region," highlighted the award-winning work of the Siuslaw National Forest and its partners in blazing the trail towards this restoration paradigm.