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Most of what is now the Siuslaw National Forest burned in three conflagrations beginning in 1843 with the Nestucca Fire, covering 462 square miles.
A former supervisor at Oregon's Siuslaw National Forest, Furnish was profiled in American Forests (Earthkeepers) in Autumn 1998.
Two courses, one with 10,000 feet of elevation gain and the other with 5,000, will wind through the Siuslaw National Forest.
In the Siuslaw National Forest, permits can be purchased on weekdays from the Hebo Central Coast Ranger District in Hebo or the Oregon Dunes NRA Visitor Center in Reedsport.
The newest leg of the trail, completed in April, enables hikers to cover just more than a one-mile loop from the historic 804 Trail North along the ocean at the Overleaf Lodge, through the Gerdemann Botanic Preserve and across Siuslaw National Forest land between the preserve and the Fisterra Gardens Apartments.
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.
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.
They aren't keeping the sand open," said Frank Davis, forest planner for the Siuslaw National Forest.