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Liz VanLeeuwen Spotted Owl Collection, 1973-2004View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates: 1983-1998
The Liz VanLeeuwen Spotted Owl Collection consists of materials collected and generated by former State Representative Liz VanLeeuwen pertaining to the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl as a protected endangered species in Oregon and the effect this had on the state's timber industry. VanLeeuwen graduated from Oregon State College in 1947 and served in the Oregon Legislature as State Representative from 1981 to 1999.
ID: MSS VanLeeuwen
Extent: 12.5 cubic feet
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Preferred Citation: Liz VanLeeuwen Spotted Owl Collection (MSS VanLeeuwen), Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The materials were transferred to the Special Collections & Archives Research Center by Liz VanLeeuwen in 2004.
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Series 1: Numbered Files, 1983-2004 Add to Shelf

Series I is made up of numbered reports, newspaper clippings and articles, journal articles, and correspondence produced or gathered by VanLeeuwen that describe the Spotted Owl-Timber industry conflict of the late 1980s-early 1990s. Topics covered include discussions of possible revisions to the Endangered Species Act, the effect that listing the Northern Spotted Owl would have on the Oregon timber industry as well as individuals working in the industry, and the biology and natural history of the Northern Spotted Owl.

Items in this series were initially lent by VanLeeuwen to Ben Stout, who used the materials as reference sources for his book: The Northern Spotted Owl: An Oregon View. Stout compiled the following item level inventory for these materials. A copy of his book is available in the OSU Library.

Extent: 18 maps
Box-Folder 1.1: Numbered Files 1-8, 1989-1992 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Liz Letter 1, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter written by VanLeeuwen protesting Nature Conservancy.
Item 2: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
From David Johnson to Logan Jones.
Item 3: Department of Forestry letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
Notifies VanLeeuwen that there are 180 owl sites on state land.
Item 4: Rutzick letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
From Rutzick to the U.S. Department of the Interior on conflict in estimates of owl population numbers.
Item 5: Mill closings, 1991 Add to Shelf
Copies of articles on mill closings in Oregon due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 6: Owl listing, 1991 Add to Shelf
Two articles on impact of Northern Spotted Owl listing on Oregon.
Item 7: Nature Conservancy Program, 1991 Add to Shelf
New Nature Conservancy program for saving places.
Item 8: Owl reports, 1989-1992 Add to Shelf
Folder full of notes on Northern Spotted Owls and trips to D.C.
Box-Folder 1.2: Numbered Files 9-10, 1991 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Owl and murrelet correspondence, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letters to Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior, and others concerning red owl and murrelet.
Item 10: "Any color but green", 1991 Add to Shelf
Article on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 1.3: Numbered Files 11-50, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Liz letter, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to Congress by VanLeeuwen supporting S.B. 1156 and H.R. 2463.
Item 12: Report on fly in to D.C., 1991 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Liz testimony, 1991 Add to Shelf
Protest to the Oregon Department of Forestry about rules for protecting Northern Spotted Owls.
Item 14: Timber supply, 1991 Add to Shelf
Information on timber harvest, acres of forest, etc. in Oregon.
Item 15: Resolution 91-3, 1991 Add to Shelf
Resolution of Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force for reauthorization of Endangered Species Act.
Item 16: Ownership of O&C (Oregon and California) lands, 1992 Add to Shelf
Article about the history of O&C lands.
Item 17: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter from James VanLoan about VanLeeuwen's petition to remove the Northern Spotted Owl from the Threatened and Endangered List.
Item 18: Northern Spotted Owl east side of Washington, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on habitat, fire, and demography in Washington.
Item 19: Challenge to owl ruling, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on lawsuit by Sierra Club to stop 13 timber sales.
Item 20: No owl timber sales, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on injunction on logging in Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 21: Amend the Endangered Species Act, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on attempt by Bob Packwood to amend the Endangered Species Act.
Item 22: Owl recovery plan, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on set-asides in Linn County for Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 23: Champion pullout, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on Champion International Corporation's plans to sell timber mills and leave Oregon.
Item 24: Timber sale ban, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on environmentalist's attempt to get Judge Frye to issue an injunction to halt all Bureau of Land Management timber sales.
Item 25: Editorial about the Endangered Species Act, 1992 Add to Shelf
Endangered Species Act should allow for good sense.
Item 26: God Squad ruling, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on God Squad ruling regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 27: Endangered Species Act owl protection, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on Judge Johnson's government rules in Sweet Home case.
Item 28: Native Forest Council, 1992 Add to Shelf
Fund-raising effort to save all forests.
Item 29: God Squad members, 1991 Add to Shelf
Members and letter to administrator.
Item 30: Acreage data, 1991 Add to Shelf
Notes on acreages, etc. in Oregon.
Item 31: Environmentalist's memo on abuse, 1991 Add to Shelf
Part of a packet distributed in D.C. on the danger of grass roots people.
Item 32: Pacific Northwest economic indicators, 1992 Add to Shelf
Economic indicators from a major bank.
Item 33: Don Walker's story, 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of a logger who lost his job due to the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 34: Oregon Natural Resources Council lawsuit, 1992 Add to Shelf
Notes on suit of the Oregon Natural Resources Council on Bureau of Land Management sales and consultation regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 35: Forest Conservation Council suit, 1992 Add to Shelf
Suit against Rosboro Lumber Co. to stop harvest on private land.
Item 36: Appropriations amendment, 1991 Add to Shelf
Senate rejection of Packwood Amendment to broaden God Squad scope.
Item 37: Forest & Families Protection Act, 1991 Add to Shelf
Bill by Packwood, Hatfield, and Gorton to balance the needs of the people with Spotted Owl protection.
Item 38: Northern Spotted Owl preservation plan, 1991 Add to Shelf
Northern Spotted Owl recovery legislation and plans by the Secretary of Agriculture.
Item 39: U.S. Forest Service letter to CBS news, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to CBS news correcting an aired report on National Forests.
Item 40: "Appeals! Appeals! Appeals!", 1991 Add to Shelf
Effect of appeals on forest management.
Item 41: "Federal judges: the new forest managers", 1991 Add to Shelf
Effect of judges on forest management.
Item 42: God Squad for families, 1992 Add to Shelf
Conclusions of God Squad regarding some timber sales.
Item 43: World Wildlife Fund Endangered Species Act, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on a World Wildlife Fund study of the Endangered Species Act that notes defects.
Item 44: Northern Spotted Owl recovery costs, 1992 Add to Shelf
United States Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management report on the impact of the Northern Spotted Owl recovery plan. It is said to be greater than projected by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 45: Logging ban, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on logging ban for 2 years in Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 46: "Hitting bottom at the Earth Summit", 1992 Add to Shelf
Several articles on saving ancient forests.
Item 47: "Spotted Owl wins court battle", 1992 Add to Shelf
Article in the Daily Barometer on decision by Judge Johnson regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 48: H.R. 4899--ancient forest legislation, 1992 Add to Shelf
Alert on nature of H.R. 4899 in Congress. "Preservationists dream."
Item 49: Letter to Senate from VanLeeuwen, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to senators on the Environment and Public Works Committee.
Item 50: Oregon Department of Forestry report, 1991 Add to Shelf
Describes regulations regarding harvest near Northern Spotted Owl sites.
Box-Folder 1.4: Numbered Files 51-62, 1992 Add to Shelf
Item 51: Bureau of Land Management land allocation, 1992 Add to Shelf
Shows percentage of land in different management categories.
Item 52: Bert Udell letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
Draft letter to whom it may concern.
Item 53: "Old growth", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on what to do with old-growth and how much should be saved.
Item 54: "Gore-environmentalist or hypocrite?", 1992 Add to Shelf
Notes that Gore went against Endangered Species Act as a senator from Tennessee in snail darter case.
Item 55: "Species act should allow for good sense", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial on Endangered Species Act and God Squad.
Item 56: "Oregon and Washington counties get timber receipts", 1992 Add to Shelf
Lists income to counties for timber harvest.
Item 57: Economic diversity Linn County, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on developing economic diversity in Linn county.
Item 58: "Endangered species are here to stay", 1992 Add to Shelf
Article on Endangered Species Act.
Item 59: "Dangers in the Endangered Species Act", 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on bill in House of Representatives to amend the Endangered Species Act.
Item 60: Comments on draft recovery plan of Northern Spotted Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
Extensive comments on draft recovery plan.
Item 61: Demography of the Northern Spotted Owl in Managed and Unmanaged Forests, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report by Irwin, et al., on studies on the east side of the cascades in Washington.
Item 62: "VanLeeuwen disputes owl report", 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor regarding a draft recovery plan for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 1.5: Numbered Files 63-95, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Item 63: VanLeeuwen to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding draft report, 1992 Add to Shelf
Copy of her letter.
Item 64: Review of demographic analysis by Ed Seymore, 1992 Add to Shelf
Item 65: Listing of Northern Spotted Owl, 1990 Add to Shelf
U.S. Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service report listing Northern Spotted Owl as threatened.
Item 68: Maps of Alternatives, 1992 Add to Shelf
U.S. Forest Service maps of alternatives in management plan for Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 69: Record of decision-Final Environmental Impact Statement-Northern Spotted Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
Explains how National Forests are to be managed to care for Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 70: Final Environmental Impact Statement-Northern Spotted Owl-Volume 2, 1992 Add to Shelf
Volume 2 of two volume set.
Item 71: Threatened and endangered listing by state, 1992 Add to Shelf
Outline map (8.5X11 inches) of U.S. showing number of threatened and endangered listings by state.
Item 72: Northern Spotted Owl question/answer, 1992 Add to Shelf
Questions and answers regarding Judge Dwyer's injunction on timber sales.
Item 74: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force report, 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on visit to Northern Spotted Owl site.
Item 75: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force resolution, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution regarding the Northern Spotted Owl asking for delisting since so many owls had been found.
Item 76: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force Resolution 92-6, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution asking for income from timber for benefit of counties.
Item 77: Petition to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, 1992 Add to Shelf
Press release on petition to delist the Northern Spotted Owl and stop further listings.
Item 78: Endangered Species Act amendments, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on Senator Symms' effort to change the Endangered Species Act.
Item 79: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force Resolution, 1992 Add to Shelf
Draft of resolution to sharpen environmental legislation.
Item 80: Packwood on land management, 1992 Add to Shelf
Packwood's statement at Roseburg regarding draft recovery plan.
Item 81: Liz VanLeeuwen newsletter, 1992 Add to Shelf
Remarks in newsletter regarding the Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet.
Item 82: Liz VanLeeuwen reports on D.C. trip, 1991 Add to Shelf
Published comments on trip to D.C. to meet with legislators regarding people and economy.
Item 83: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force Resolution, 1991 Add to Shelf
Resolution 91-3 urges Congress to think of people and economy in reauthorization of Endangered Species Act.
Item 84: Support for Resolution 91-3 of Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force, 1992 Add to Shelf
A "To Whom It May Concern" letter supporting 91-3 and showing costs of Endangered Species Act to Oregon communities.
Item 85: Letter to President Bush, 1992 Add to Shelf
Protest of Governor Roberts' support of halting 44 sales on Bureau of Land Management land--includes a Democrat-Herald editorial.
Item 86: "God Squad listen to this", 1992 Add to Shelf
Liz VanLeeuwen statement to God Squad regarding 44 timber sales stopped by injunction.
Item 87: Warner Creek fire recovery plan, 1992 Add to Shelf
Urges salvage of Warner Creek fire-damaged timber.
Item 88: Is this what you call a victory?, 1991 Add to Shelf
Notes on effect of Endangered Species Act.
Item 89: Letter to Congress, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to members of Congress urging them to not to listen to "Fly In For Freedom People."
Item 90: "Adding value to wood", 1992 Add to Shelf
Notes on mill status in Oregon.
Item 91: Timber supply facts, 1991 Add to Shelf
Timber and mill information.
Item 92: Forest policy recommendations, 1991 Add to Shelf
Several recommendations on federal land policies.
Item 93: Owl decline and timber sales cancelled, 1992 Add to Shelf
Two articles on owl decline and cancelled timber harvests.
Item 94: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force Resolution 92-1, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution asking Congress to get the Government Accountability Office or another independent agency to do economic analysis.
Item 95: Forest statistics of the Western States, 1987 Add to Shelf
Stats on ownership of forest land in western states.
Box-Item 15.1-15.3: Numbered File 66: Recovery plan for Northern Spotted Owl-draft, 1992 Add to Shelf
Three maps accompanying this plan that show proposals for Spotted Owl conservation areas in Oregon, Washington, and California have been separated.
Extent: 3 maps
Box-Folder 1.6: Numbered File 66:  Recovery plan for Northern Spotted Owl-draft, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.7: Numbered File 67: Final Environmental Impact Statement-Northern Spotted Owl-draft, 1992 Add to Shelf
Volume 1 of 2. Report on management for Northern Spotted Owl in National Forests.
Box-Item 15.4-15.18: Numbered File 68: Maps of Alternatives, 1992 Add to Shelf
U.S. Forest Service maps of alternatives in management plan for Northern Spotted Owl.
Extent: 15 maps
Box-Folder 1.8: Numbered File 73: Oregon Wilderness Act of 1983, 1983 Add to Shelf
Two volume set of record of hearings held in Bend and Salem.
Box-Folder 1.9: Numbered Files 96-100, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Item 96: Species status report, 1992 Add to Shelf
Species listing by state.
Item 97: Letter to decision makers, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to D.C. officials regarding reauthorization of Endangered Species Act.
Item 98: Letter from Deputy Chief, U.S. Forest Service, 1992 Add to Shelf
Response to a letter from VanLeeuwen.
Item 99: "Timber industry: Veil of science does not support owl strategy", 1991 Add to Shelf
Associated Press report on timber industry critique of Thomas' Northern Spotted Owl report.
Item 100: Spotted owl debate, 1991 Add to Shelf
Article by Darryl Harris on Northern Spotted Owl and one by Austin Chase on environmentalism.
Box-Folder 1.10: Numbered Files 101-150, 1989-1993 Add to Shelf
Item 101: Oregon response to Northern Spotted Owl critical habitat designation, 1991 Add to Shelf
Position statement of Oregon executive team on Northern Spotted Owl critical habitat designation.
Item 102: Is this what preservationists call a victory?, 1991 Add to Shelf
Listing of mills closed between 7-1-88 and 7-1-91.
Item 103: Any color but green, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to U.S. News and World Report on their piece on the lobbying effort in D.C.
Item 104: Forest products industry report on mill closures, 1993 Add to Shelf
Report on mill closures, etc. as related to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 105: Letter to constituents, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to constituents on how they might find jobs after mill cutbacks in Sweet Home.
Item 106: Legislative newsletter, 1991 Add to Shelf
News release from VanLeeuwen's office which includes a forestry/spotted owl section.
Item 107: Oregon schools depend on state forest land, 1993 Add to Shelf
Article in AOI business paper on harvest value to schools from state land.
Item 108: VanLeeuwen fights for jobs, 1991 Add to Shelf
Article about a news conference in which VanLeeuwen opposed bans on logging in old growth forests.
Item 109: Non-federal logging protection, 1991 Add to Shelf
News release on bill in the State House of Representatives to prevent state and private land from being put off limits due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 110: "Forest Research Institution legislation is proposed", 1991 Add to Shelf
News release on H.B. 2419 to establish Oregon Forest Research Institute.
Item 111: Bureau of Land Management and Liz VanLeeuwen meet, 1991 Add to Shelf
News release on meeting.
Item 112: VanLeeuwen schedules unemployment meeting, 1991 Add to Shelf
Meeting arranged for Oregon Division of Human Resources to meet with unemployed to get help.
Item 113: "People, Owls and Old Growth", 1991 Add to Shelf
News release on presentation in D.C. regarding owl and employment.
Item 114: "Aid to timber workers targeted", 1991 Add to Shelf
Note on H.B. 2084 to extend unemployment benefits to unemployed timber workers.
Item 115: "A Tale of Deception", 1990 Add to Shelf
Opinion piece in Evergreen on listing of Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 116: Timber supply, 1988 Add to Shelf
News release to urge people to write to Congress, etc regarding land set-asides.
Item 117: Timber supply related facts, 1989 Add to Shelf
Compilation of data on timber supply.
Item 118: Letter to district ranger, Sweet Home, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to Ranger Barnette asking questions regarding Sweet Home district timber harvest plans. See #119.
Item 119: Response to VanLeeuwen letter of 02-02-90, 1990 Add to Shelf
Response to VanLeeuwen letter of 02-02-90. See # 118.
Item 120: Letter to Christian Science Monitor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to J. Hart asking for a factual report on timber issues in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 121: Letter to U.S. Forest Service chief, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to chief regarding Pacific Northwest forests.
Item 122: Letter to Representative Yates, U.S. House of Representatives, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Representative Yates regarding budget for U.S. Forest Service.
Item 123: Letter to TBS, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to TBS protesting a broadcast on ancient forests.
Item 124: Collection of news clips regarding environmentalists activities, 1989 Add to Shelf
A collection of clippings from press regarding environmental protests.
Item 125: Letter urging letters, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to constituents urging letters to Congress and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 126: Letter to Editors, 1989 Add to Shelf
Draft letter to editor regarding Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 127: Letter to National Humane Education Society, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter of protest regarding an article in the Quarterly Journal.
Item 128: Timber supply facts, 1989 Add to Shelf
Collection of info on timber supply in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 129: Letter urging constituents to write Congressmen, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging people to write Congressmen. Facts and names given.
Item 130: Packwood letter, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Marv Coates regarding a bill B.P. submitted regarding land management.
Item 131: Letter to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Marv Plenert urging that the Northern Spotted Owl not be listed.
Item 132: Letter to Stroh Brewing Co., 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Lacy Logan asking her to review a bunch of information being sent.
Item 133: Letter to Senator Hatfield, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter showing that National Human Society had used bad data in its publication.
Item 134: Letter to President Bush, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to President Bush regarding timber supply from federal lands.
Item 135: Letter to Representative Denny Smith, 1989 Add to Shelf
Protesting article in National Humane Society publication regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 136: News article "On earth first!", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on FBI spy in Earth First and arrest of Earth First members.
Item 137: Willamette Industries news release, 1989 Add to Shelf
Notes on timber supply at Willamette Industries mills.
Item 138: Area timber unions rally at capitol, 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on rally of union members at Salem.
Item 139: Western Oregon timber supply crisis, 1988 Add to Shelf
Compendium on forest supply facts for U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.
Item 140: Into the woods with monkeywrenching gang Add to Shelf
Article on monkeywrenching.
Item 141: Company timber supply, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to employees regarding Northern Spotted Owl effect on timber supply and their jobs.
Item 142: "Owl plan means economic chaos, lawmakers say", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article reporting on Bob Packwood's concern for jobs in the Pacific Northwest due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 143: "Spotted owl may soon land on endangered species list", 1990 Add to Shelf
News article on possible listing of Northern Spotted Owl. Job loss data.
Item 144: "Complaint over owl suit dismissed", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on suit to challenge U of O faculty on lawsuit.
Item 145: "Owl plan may affect state-owned land", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article of effect of Northern Spotted Owl listing on state land.
Item 146: "Owls prefer forest that looks a mess", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial on Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 147: "Wildlife service shelves owl study", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on U.S. Forest Service request that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service stop publication of reports on timber sale effects on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 148: "Mill towns dread decision on owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Associated Press article on the effect of the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 149: "Owl option being considered", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article with Idaho dateline discussing the possibility of raising owls in captivity.
Item 150: "Details of spotted owl decision remain secret", 1990 Add to Shelf
Associated Press report on secrecy of the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Box-Folder 1.11: Numbered Files 151-209, 1986-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 151: "Agency will avoid sales in proposed owl areas", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on Bibles, Bureau of Land Management Director, at an Audubon meeting in Grants Pass.
Item 152: "Chamber resolution urges hearing on spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on Albany Chamber of Commerce asking for a hearing.
Item 153: "Concern for owls stops two timber sales", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article about timber sales in Sweet Home.
Item 154: "Common sense: Answer to the timber crisis", 1990 Add to Shelf
A forum piece by an old logger/mill owner in Lebanon.
Item 155: "Owl listed: Real timber fight begins", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article by publisher, Alex Paul, on the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl and the effect thereof.
Item 156: Letter to VanLeeuwen regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen regarding Northern Spotted Owls in the woods behind the writer's home in a second-growth forest in Lebanon.
Item 157: Letter from Pete Setala and answer, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter describing "gimmick" spotted owl.
Item 158: Northern Spotted Owl stories, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several stories on the effect of listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 159: "U.S. delays protection of spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on what the federal government will do now that the Northern Spotted Owl is listed.
Item 160: "Owl issue brings new support for preservation of old growth", 1990 Add to Shelf
Dateline D.C. Response of people in D.C. and Oregon to the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 161: "Audubon report predicts more damage to forests", 1990 Add to Shelf
Portland Dateline. Audubon society predicts great harm to forests.
Item 162: "Scientists: Cut logging to save owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Associated Press) on Thomas report calling for reduced timber harvests.
Item 163: "New owl plan would curtail logging", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article by staff on the effect of the owl listing.
Item 164: "Owl report called 'catastrophic'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article (Associated Press) on the effect of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on timber communities.
Item 165: "Environmentalists blast owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article (Associated Press) reporting that environmentalists do not like owl plan.
Item 166: "BLM timber sale rejected to save owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article from Roseburg on advisory committee voting to cancel proposed Bureau of Land Management sales.
Item 167: "Simpson plans owl study", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story from Grants Pass (Associated Press) on Simpson hiring a biologist to study Northern Spotted Owls on its land.
Item 168: "Owl's listing shifts scrutiny to recovery", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article speculating on effect of listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 169: "What would a listed owl mean?", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article speculating on the effect of listing the Northern Spotted Owl on the Pacific Northwest.
Item 170: "Owl issue forces decision on us all", 1990 Add to Shelf
Speculation on what listing will mean to a town like Lebanon.
Item 171: Is the Northern Spotted Owl really threatened?, 1990 Add to Shelf
Flyer arguing that there is no need to list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 172: "Spotted owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on spotted owl.
Item 173: "Judge decides owl deal valid", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article reporting that Judge Frye upheld the constitutionality of the timber compromise.
Item 174: "Judge dismisses suit against BLM", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article reporting on dismissal of Audubon suit to halt timber sales under compromise.
Item 175: "Resource council challenges sales in 4 BLM districts", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of challenge of the Bureau of Land Management sales by the Oregon Natural Resources Council.
Item 176: "Spotted owl input needed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from VanLeeuwen urging people to write to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 177: "Opposite views are last word on owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reports opposing views on Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 178: Letter to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging consideration of all consequences of listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 179: OSU ecologist tapped by the federal government to study Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Charles Meslow being assigned to study the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 180: "OSU researches spotted owl, habitat", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article with Corvallis Dateline on work at Oregon State University on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 181: "Study finds 36 spotted owls in SH district", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article with Sweet Home Dateline on owl surveys in the Sweet Home district of Willamette National Forest.
Item 182: "Owl panel surprised by depth of feeling", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on response of federal timber task force leader to feelings about the Northern Spotted Owl in Oregon.
Item 183: "Counties asked to help pay costs of fight over owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of request by the Association of O&C counties for funds to fight owl listing.
Item 184: "Reward offered in death of owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article (Associated Press) with Eugene Dateline telling of reward for information on death of a Northern Spotted Owl left on a U.S. Forest Service kiosk.
Item 185: "Do you have a birds nest?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of a man named Oly who was prohibited to cut his trees, which are his retirement account.
Item 186: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northern Spotted Owl response form, 1989 Add to Shelf
A form for responding to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service opposing listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 187: "Good intentions often backfire", 1989 Add to Shelf
Review of legislation with good intentions that backfired.
Item 188: "Court won't get involved in fight over spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Supreme court decides not to review a lower court case regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 189: "Speaker: Owls can survive logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of talk by Larry Irwin regarding the Northern Spotted Owl in other than old-growth forests.
Item 190: "FS thinks hundreds of spotted owl letters are phony", 1987 Add to Shelf
Associated Press story on bogus letters to the Forest Service regarding management of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 191: "No on spotted owl", 1987 Add to Shelf
Newsletter regarding Northern Spotted Owls in Washington State.
Item 192: Habitat management for the spotted owl, 1987 Add to Shelf
Report on responses to draft supplement on Northern Spotted Owl management.
Item 193: Forest Service deluged by letters on spotted owl issue, 1986 Add to Shelf
Large numbers of letters received by Forest Service on draft plan released in August, 1986.
Item 194: "Ranger: Plan won't cut logging", 1986 Add to Shelf
Article on the effect of the Northern Spotted Owl on timber harvests in the Sweet Home Ranger District.
Item 195: U.S. Forest Service supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, 1986 Add to Shelf
Memo to members on the spotted owl issue and land areas being set aside for the owl.
Item 196: "Old growth controversy", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story about amount of old-growth set aside.
Item 197: Letter of protest to editor of Capital Press, 1986 Add to Shelf
Protest letter to editor about an article in Capital Press reporting and commenting on Willamette Industries cutting old-growth.
Item 198: Collection of letters to congressmen, 1986 Add to Shelf
Several different documents on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 199: "Slippery spotted owl", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story of U.S. Forest Service staff taking Representative Mae Yih into the field to see the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 200: "Sweet Home C of C endorses owl resolution", 1986 Add to Shelf
Listing of a Chamber of Commerce resolution opposing the U.S. Forest Service preferred alternative.
Item 201: "Hatfield challenges FS over owls", 1986 Add to Shelf
Associated Press story that Senator Hatfield questions the Forest Service on need for evidence to support reduction in timber harvest.
Item 202: "Judge blocks old growth cut", 1986 Add to Shelf
Two timber sales halted near Eugene.
Item 203: "Owl politics", 1986 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor regarding set-asides for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 204: "Hodel: Owls not an urgent problem", 1986 Add to Shelf
Interview with U.S. Department of the Interior secretary Hodel saying the Northern Spotted Owl is not an urgent problem.
Item 205: Third Force for Forestry, 1986 Add to Shelf
Meeting notice with descriptions of alternatives for protecting the Northern Spotted Owl attached.
Item 206: Testimony-H.R. committee of forest management, 1986 Add to Shelf
Testimony to a House committee hearing on old-growth management.
Item 207: Resolution in opposition to U.S. Forest Service management of the Northern Spotted Owl, 1986 Add to Shelf
Resolution opposing selected alternative for managing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 208: WI hires PR man, 1986 Add to Shelf
Willamette Industries public relations man describes the work he is doing related to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 209: "Officials given pre-tour of upcoming forest plan impact areas", 1986 Add to Shelf
Report on field trip discussion for management on Sweet Home district.
Box-Folder 1.12: Numbered Files 210-249, 1986-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 210: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1986 Add to Shelf
Letter regarding a Draft Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement.
Item 211: "Don't sacrifice jobs for spotted owls", 1986 Add to Shelf
Guest opinion written by VanLeeuwen in Lebanon Express.
Item 212: Hatfield and Atiyeh letters regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, 1986 Add to Shelf
Reaction to the Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 213: Letter to Regional Forester, 1986 Add to Shelf
Protesting preferred alternative in the Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 214: The U.S. government's $6 billion Northern Spotted Owl plan, 1986 Add to Shelf
Flyer opposing Northern Spotted Owl plans.
Item 215: Forestry Field Trip, 1986 Add to Shelf
Notebook for field trip to discuss owls, old-growth, etc.
Item 216: "Oregon's not so Sweet Home", 1989 Add to Shelf
Newsweek article on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 217: "An environmental viewpoint", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article in Oregon Business magazine by Kerr urging the retention of old-growth forests.
Item 218: "Audubon: Owls need old growth", 1988 Add to Shelf
Article by Overman reporting on Audubon's president arguing need for old-growth by the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 219: "Author says tree spiking valid tactic", 1988 Add to Shelf
Edward Abbey argues that tree spiking is okay.
Item 220: Old-growth overestimated, 1988 Add to Shelf
Article reporting charge by environmentalists that U.S. Forest Service has overestimated the amount of old-growth.
Item 221: Environmentalists criticize federal government's plan to save the Northern Spotted Owl, 1988 Add to Shelf
Criticism of Northern Spotted Owl plan by U.S. Forest Service.
Item 222: "Panel: Law Clinic is neutral", 1988 Add to Shelf
Article reporting that the Environmental Law Clinic at University of Oregon is neutral.
Item 223: "Scenario called right for forest inferno", 1989 Add to Shelf
Effects of forest fire suppression on fire problem.
Item 224: "Leaked Report: Owls' survival uncertain", 1988 Add to Shelf
Article regarding leaked report by the Bureau of Land Management on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 225: "Environmentalists offer timber plan", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report of environmentalists offer of support of timber sales by the U.S. Forest Service.
Item 226: Andy Stahl's Northern Spotted Owl speech, 1988 Add to Shelf
Excerpts from a talk given by Andy Stahl and University of Oregon's Western Public Interest Law Conference saying that if the Northern Spotted Owl had not evolved it would have had to be engineered.
Item 227: "New thinking on old growth", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on new ecological findings regarding the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
Item 228: Letter to Legislators, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Oregon Legislators asking for support of legislation to put Bull Run and all old-growth off limits.
Item 229: "Legislative help sought to save old-growth timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmental group proposes state park for Opal Creek.
Item 230: "New issues loom in old forest debate", 1989 Add to Shelf
Phil Cogswell reports on a conference organized by Representative DeFazio on timber issues.
Item 231: "Public being misled by preservationists", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Mark McKelvie on forestry issues.
Item 232: "Board of forestry enters new era with revised mission statement", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report in Earthwatch on the new Oregon Board of Forestry mission statement.
Item 233: "The politics of old-growth forests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Resource review article on how forests in the Pacific Northwest should be managed.
Item 234: "A northern spotted owl primer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on the Northern Spotted Owl based on interviews with government experts who study the owl.
Item 235: "Is there a timber shortage?", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on causes of turmoil in the Pacific Northwest timber industry.
Item 236: "Oregon's green guarantee", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on planting efforts.
Item 237: Jobs, 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on number of jobs in timber industry.
Item 238: Editorial on timber industry, 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial supporting timber industry.
Item 239: "Loggers are an endangered species", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on the importance of the forest industry to the state and nation.
Item 240: "Do you have a bird's nest?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Notes on owl habits and private property rights.
Item 241: "Environmental groups scuttle timber proposal", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reprint of editorial in the Eugene Register Guard.
Item 242: "Stop the forestry nit-picking", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reprint of editorial in Coos Bay World regarding environmentalists' effect on forest land management.
Item 243: "Consensus building getting results", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on conflicts regarding management of federal forests.
Item 244: "A rare, reclusive bird at center of storm in Pacific Northwest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on impact of the Northern Spotted Owl for federal forest management.
Item 245: "The spotted owl could wipe us out", 1989 Add to Shelf
Saving the owl will endanger the timber industry.
Item 246: "Stroh's drops Audubon Support", 1989 Add to Shelf
Short piece on Stroh brewery withdrawing an anti-logging ad for Audubon on television.
Item 247: Picture of Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 248: "Is the owl really threatened?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Lawyer's analysis of Northern Spotted Owl population dynamics and the timber industry.
Item 249: "At Issue: The Northern Spotted Owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article of Northern Spotted Owl populations and effects on timber industry.
Box-Folder 2.1: Numbered Files 250-273, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 250: Testimony, Mike Miller, 1989 Add to Shelf
Report to Oregon House on jobs of loggers in woods.
Item 251: Investigation of Long-Term Impacts of Alternative Timber Supply Forecasts, 1988 Add to Shelf
Report by Schallau, et al. on economic impacts of different timber supply forecasts.
Item 252: The Forest Products Industry and Community Stability: The Evolution of the Issue, 1988 Add to Shelf
Con Schallau's discussion of the meaning of community stability as viewed by Congress and the U.S. Forest Service.
Item 253: Long Term Impacts on Change in Timber Harvest, 1988 Add to Shelf
Con Schallau's analysis of employment impact of reduced timber harvest on federal land.
Item 254: Briefing Packet, PEST Program, 1989 Add to Shelf
Packet of info for people who want to stop damage to logging equipment. Includes guides for equipment damagers.
Item 255: Planning for Oregon's Federal Lands, 1988 Add to Shelf
A discussion of ways the state interacts with the federal government for management of federal lands.
Item 256: "More environmental eco-tage", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on eco-terrorism threat in Agate Beach.
Item 257: "Group opposes preservationists legislation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on attempt to get bill in Congress to halt timber harvest in National Forests.
Item 258: Whether Or Not to Log Old Growth, 1989 Add to Shelf
An essay by a high school student on old-growth forests and the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 259: "Is Washington D.C. concerned?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on trip to D.C. and meetings with congressional staff.
Item 260: "Timber support group plans meeting", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on planned meeting regarding timber harvest.
Item 261: Man's Dominion Not Destruction, 1989 Add to Shelf
An essay by Kunzman regarding the Northern Spotted Owl and timber harvest.
Item 262: "It's Stand up and Show Time", 1989 Add to Shelf
Preparation for trip to D.C. and timber facts.
Item 263: Stroh's support of environmental TV show, 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Stroh's support of Channel 4 show regarding old-growth forests.
Item 264: "Spotted owl listed as 'threatened'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 266: "Group hopes to invite visitors for close look at timber families", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on attempt to get people to come see effect of reduced timber harvest on families.
Item 267: Letter to Marvin Plenert, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter explaining the effect of reduced timber harvest on Sweet Home.
Item 268: A Call to Arms, 1989 Add to Shelf
History of Yellow Ribbon Coalition.
Item 269: Owl and Old Growth Debate Briefs, 1989 Add to Shelf
Asserted facts about owls and old-growth.
Item 270: Fact Sheet on Oregon Forests, 1989 Add to Shelf
Oregon facts.
Item 271: "A tale of deception", 1990 Add to Shelf
Comments on Andy Stahl's ideas about the usefulness of the Northern Spotted Owl as a surrogate for old-growth.
Item 272: Evergreen Editorials, 1989 Add to Shelf
A collection of editorials on owls, timber, and people.
Item 273: Forest Plan newsletters regarding the Willamette National Forest, 1989 Add to Shelf
Several newsletters on forest management.
Box-Folder 2.2: Numbered File 274: Northwest Forest Resource Council Add to Shelf
Several reports on the Northern Spotted Owl from timber perspective.
Box-Folder 2.3: Numbered Files 275-305, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 275: Comments on Forestry Program for Oregon, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from Second Vice President to Oregon Board of Forestry commenting on the proposed forestry program for Oregon.
Item 276: "How much is left?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article examines how much old-growth is left from environmentalist, timber, and Forest Service point of view.
Item 277: "An environmental viewpoint", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article by Andy Kerr on old-growth and forest industry.
Item 278: The Earth Warrior, 1989 Add to Shelf
Several stories on land management activity on National Forests.
Item 279: Form letter regarding the Northern Spotted Owl listing, 1989 Add to Shelf
Form letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protesting the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 280: Fingertip Forestry Facts, 1990 Add to Shelf
A page of facts about Oregon forests.
Item 281: "Oregon Wilderness Bill", 1983 Add to Shelf
Report on federal legislation to set aside more wilderness.
Item 282: Magazine protest, 1984 Add to Shelf
Letter from President to members urging a letter to the Northwest Magazine.
Item 283: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1984 Add to Shelf
Letter urging VanLeeuwen to oppose H.R. 1149, the Oregon Wilderness Bill.
Item 284: VanLeeuwen notes and news article, 1990 Add to Shelf
Article about four chiefs from D.C. coming to Portland to show the importance of the Northern Spotted Owl and VanLeeuwen's notes on TV shows and phone calls.
Item 285: Responsible Environmentalism, 1990 Add to Shelf
Listing of organizations in the office of legal Council.
Item 286: "District ranger talks to Third Force", 1989 Add to Shelf
District Ranger tells of timber harvest allowed under Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 287: Town Hall--The Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Notice of public meeting in Lebanon on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 288: "Timber compromise having some effect on mid-valley", 1989 Add to Shelf
Effect of Hatfield-Adams bill on timber supply.
Item 289: "BLM wants owl lawsuit dismissed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Request by the Bureau of Land Management to dismiss suit by environmentalists on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 290: Protest of print media coverage, 1990 Add to Shelf
Collection of cartoons from print media on the Northern Spotted Owl and land management.
Item 291: "Speaking out on the Northern Spotted Owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
An issue of Timber! devoted to Northern Spotted Owl information.
Item 292: BLM lands: Model of sustained yield, 1989 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management's land management reviewed and praised.
Item 293: "Oregon's green guarantee", 1990 Add to Shelf
Information on tree planting in Oregon.
Item 294: Timber Topics, 1989 Add to Shelf
Several two page flyers on the Northern Spotted Owl and federal land management, 1989 and 1990.
Item 295: "Spotted Owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
History of listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 296: "It all comes down to people", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of a company that began a literacy program in its mill.
Item 297: VanLeeuwen letter to the Christian Science Monitor., 1990 Add to Shelf
Personal letter to a Monitor editor that VanLeeuwen had known years before.
Item 298: VanLeeuwen letter to Turner Broadcasting System, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to TBS protesting an Audubon Special on ancient forests.
Item 299: Northern Spotted Owl Resolution to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1989 Add to Shelf
Two resolutions by Public Lands Council to the Bureau of Land Management regarding the Northern Spotted Owl and Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 300: Northern Spotted Owl Research, Development and Application Program, 1989 Add to Shelf
Early program on the Northern Spotted Owl for the U.S. Forest Service.
Item 301: Info on Northern Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest, 1989 Add to Shelf
Early results of the RD&A program on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 302: Appointment of National Advisory Council--Bureau of Land Management, 1989 Add to Shelf
Meeting notice of a Bureau of Land Management's National Advisory council meeting in Portland.
Item 304: "Bureau of Land Management's Western Oregon timber sales to drop in FY89", 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter describing reduced sales from Bureau of Land Management land in fiscal year 1989.
Item 305: Graphs and figures Add to Shelf
Show estimations of timber sales, prices, and dependence on lumber in Oregon based on county.
Box-Folder 2.4: Numbered Files 306-309, 1986-1989 Add to Shelf
Item 306: Listing of large mature and old-growth trees in Linn County, 1988 Add to Shelf
Item 307: Response to Oregon Delegation questions, 1989 Add to Shelf
25 questions were submitted to the U.S. Forest Service by a congressional delegation regarding old forests. The questions and answers are here.
Item 308: The Northern Spotted Owl: National Forest Resource Council Summary of Issue, 1989 Add to Shelf
National Forest Resource Council put together this packet of info on the Northern Spotted Owl. Packet submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by Mark Rutzick.
Item 309: Association of American Loggers Briefing Packet on Northern Spotted Owl, 1986 Add to Shelf
Packet of information for field trip to learn about the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 2.5: Numbered Files 310-311: Northern Spotted Owl, Old-Growth and the Economy of the Northwest, 1989 Add to Shelf
Estimate of the effects of Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Box-Folder 2.6: Numbered Files 312-540, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 312: "Packwood: Environmentalists hold 'high ground'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Packwood speech.
Item 313: "Old growth timber becomes national equation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article about Representative Yates protecting old-growth.
Item 314: "Owl options frustrate Northwest lawmakers", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article about Representative DeFazio's problems with owls and timber.
Item 315: Three stories regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Politician's story, courts' story, and logging story.
Item 316: "Agency Chief: Owl data too skimpy", 1989 Add to Shelf
Chief Robertson's comments on knowledge about the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 317: "'New Forestry' seeks balance", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about Jerry Franklin and New Forestry.
Item 318: "Simpson workers shocked by news", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on closing of mill in Millersburg.
Item 319: "Swing shift laid off at Midway", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of early closing of mill.
Item 320: "S. Home rally draws crowd backing timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of rally regarding timber workers at Sweet Home.
Item 321: "Bill's author says balance tips too far toward owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Representative Markam introduces a bill regarding Northern Spotted Owl capture.
Item 322: "Federal agencies work in owl plan", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 323: "Logging ban lifted by judge", 1989 Add to Shelf
Two stories on rulings regarding owl and timber harvest.
Item 324: "BLM: timber cut will be a third less than average", 1989 Add to Shelf
Timber harvest reductions due to need to protect the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 325: "How many jobs will owl cost?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story reporting differences in estimates of jobs lost due to owl protection.
Item 326: "Two sides talk of old growth, spotted owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on industry and environmentalist representative discussing old-growth harvest.
Item 327: "Fear of job losses unites NW timber towns", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of estimated job losses statewide due to owl protection.
Item 328: "Hatfield: Log supply in danger", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Hatfield's vis to Albany and his discussion of timber supply.
Item 329: "New figures indicate less old-growth than estimate", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on new U.S. Forest Service study on old-growth acreages.
Item 330: "20% Unemployment", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial regarding Hatfield's meeting with labor organization regarding jobs in timber industry.
Item 331: "Closure of half of mills predicted", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story from Salem regarding employment/mill closing predictions.
Item 332: "Injunction will delay SH district timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on district court halting of timber sales in Sweet Home district.
Item 333: "Spotted Owl injunction extended", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on more sales halted by courts.
Item 334: "Governor supports lifting ban on timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Goldschmidt's support of lifting ban on timber sales on National Forests.
Item 335: "Owl comments under fire", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Secretary Lujan, U.S. Department of the Interior, saying we must balance people and owls. Environmentalists protest.
Item 336: "Wildlife head denies owl report", 1989 Add to Shelf
Associated Press story from D.C. that the head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service denies that pressure was brought to bear on the Fish and Wildlife Service to not list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 337: "BLM holds off valley timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report that Salem district was holding off on 11 sales. Also a report on the Forest Service doing same thing.
Item 338: "Sweet Home sawmill closes", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of a mill and its people on the last day of operation.
Item 339: "Spotted owl study flawed GAO charges", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of the Government Accountability Office finding fault with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decision not to list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 340: "Material shortage cited in Lebanon mill closure", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of plywood mill closing in Lebanon due to shortage of logs.
Item 341: "Ecologist testified about owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of Gordon Orians testimony in court of need for old-growth to save the owl.
Item 342: "Compromise needed in debate on forests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on symposium organized by DeFazio on timberline issues.
Item 343: "Director calls critics 'a bunch of auditors'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Dunkle's criticism of the Government Accountability Office's report on pressure to not list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 344: "Industry: Saving owls could cost $5 billion", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of lawsuit fight between industry and environmentalists.
Item 345: "Hearing brings allegations of wildlife mismanagement", 1989 Add to Shelf
Democrat Herald story regarding the Government Accountability Office's criticism of the Fish and Wildlife Service not listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 346: "Mid-valley legislators back owl bounty bill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of support for the Northern Spotted Owl bounty bill in state legislature.
Item 347: Log Trucks-Hood River, 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on protest in Hood River over reduced timber harvests.
Item 348: "Quiet mills, slow death", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of saw milling in Southern Oregon.
Item 349: "Spotted owl issue needs cooperation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Mike Kerrick, supervisor of the Willamette National Forest.
Item 350: "Clear-cutting may aid fish", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report from Newport about U.S. Forest Service biologist who thinks clear-cutting may be good for fish.
Item 351: "Environmental group: Job losses exaggerated 10-fold", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that estimates of job losses due to the Northern Spotted Owl are greatly exaggerated.
Item 352: "Judge won't let owl stop timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Judge rejects a bid to temporarily halt timber sales.
Item 353: "Speaker is optimistic about timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Barte Starker strikes optimistic pose regarding timber at Third Force for Forest meeting.
Item 354: "Log decay focus of study", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of Mark Harmon's work on decay of logs in old forests.
Item 355: "Timber sale objection draws fire", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protest by industry of Chris Frissell's comments-science or advocacy?
Item 356: "Protesters plan appeal on logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protest at Breitenbush Hot Spring over timber harvest. Plus two other stories.
Item 357: "Judge halts more timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of restraint on sales by Judge Dwyer.
Item 358: "Kitzhaber says state needs policy on forest issues", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Kitzhaber's ideas about timber policy.
Item 359: "Court gets arguments over owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Court case regarding Bureau of Land Management timber harvests.
Item 360: "Smith urges delay in spotted owl status", 1989 Add to Shelf
Representative Bob Smith calls for delay in the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 361: "Federal Judge gives temporary relief in spotted owl lawsuit", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of Judge Dwyer's ruling on temporary injunction to halt timber harvest.
Item 362: "Some scientists say transmitters skewed spotted owl study", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hal Salwasser reports that some scientists question use of transmitters on owls.
Item 363: "VanLeeuwen has spotted an owl problem", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on VanLeeuwen's concern about owl effects.
Item 364: "Timber shortage plagues industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on mill closing due to timber shortage.
Item 365: "Groups file against 12 more timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on lawsuit filings by environmentalist groups.
Item 366: "Spotted owl debate divides Washington", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of political battle in Washington between the Governor and others over the Northern Spotted Owl and timber harvest.
Item 367: "Sawmills are starting to drop like trees", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on impact of owl controversy on timber supply and mill closures.
Item 368: "Timber sales appeals total 37 in forest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about appeals of timber sales in the Willamette National Forest.
Item 369: "SH mill closes for good", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of mill closing in Sweet Home. Similar story under "People."
Item 370: "Company counts 25 mill closures in NW", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report that WTD Industries has counted 25 mill closures.
Item 371: "Nine groups file lawsuit over spotted owl habitat", 1989 Add to Shelf
Suit to stop logging of old-growth to protect old forest and the Northern Spotted Owl and other stories.
Item 372: "Noose tightens around mills", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of mills closing in Sweet Home.
Item 373: "Judge issues order to stop logging at 5 Oregon sites", 1989 Add to Shelf
Judge Frye stops harvest on five Bureau of Land Management logging sales.
Item 374: "Workers react to closure of SH mill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of people and the effect of mill closing on their lives.
Item 375: "Gardner: Axe timber plan", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Washington Governor's problems with U.S. Forest Service plans.
Item 376: "Governor backs decision on owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Governor Goldschmidt agrees that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service could only list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 377: "Forest Council asks delay in set-aside decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Forest Council's action. The Forest Council is an industry group that wants to delay set-aside of 375,000 more acres for the spotted owl.
Item 378: "Massive layoffs seen for timber industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on reduced timber supply for the industry due to Northern Spotted Owl litigation plus another story on back side. Duplicate of #383.
Item 379: "Spotted owls are studied again", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on another look at the science of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 380: "Petition aims to renew spotted owl protection", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 381: "Packwood: Limit forest appeals", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Packwood's ideas regarding the impact of the Northern Spotted Owl on forest industry.
Item 382: "Industry group says more layoff likely", 1989 Add to Shelf
Associated Press with Washington D.C. Dateline saying more layoffs due.
Item 383: "Massive layoffs seen for timber industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Same story as #382 regarding layoffs due to appeals of timber sales.
Item 384: VanLeeuwen calls on Governor to take action, 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on press conference regarding timber supply.
Item 385: "Forest Service will wait until we have the bill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of compromise worked out to get some sales made, but Forest Service waiting until it sees bill for language details.
Item 386: "Willamette spokesman: Local impact unknown", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Hatfield compromise to get out timber and protect owl.
Item 387: "'War' on industrial society declared by Earth First!", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 388: "Wildlife staffer offers owl testimony at northwest hearing", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hal Salwasser testified at a Northwest hearing on Northern Spotted Owls and forests.
Item 389: "High Court asked to review ruling in spotted owl case", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court on a suit to curtail logging in National Forests, plus other stories.
Item 390: "Environmentalists challenge 'truce'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on environmentalists' problems with legislation that allows some timber harvest.
Item 391: "Firms continue high timber bids", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on continuing high bids for Forest Service timber.
Item 392: "Willamette hits record in log bid", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of record bid for Forest Service timber by Willamette Industries.
Item 393: "Ranger District-City: Economic partnership?", 1990 Add to Shelf
District recreationist suggests that city of Sweet Home and ranger district cooperate to develop tourism, recreation.
Item 394: "BLM renews request to cut dead timber in owl areas", 1990 Add to Shelf
The Bureau of Land Management wants to salvage dead timber in Northern Spotted Owl reserves.
Item 395: "BLM district drops salvage of dead timber in owl zone", 1990 Add to Shelf
The Bureau of Land Management can't get support to salvage bug killed timber in Northern Spotted Owl reserves. See #394.
Item 396: "Salad dressing offends letter writers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Willamette Industries staff complain about Burger King using Newman dressings.
Item 397: "Letter claims Siuslaw tree spiking", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story about a letter the Democrat-Herald received saying trees had been spiked in Siuslaw tree sale.
Item 398: "Environmental leaders get paid big bucks", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story with dollar amounts of salaries of environmental leaders.
Item 399: "Mills asked to close in support of timber", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of planned demonstration in Portland to protest reduced timber harvest because of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 400: Letter to VanLeeuwen from Sandi Tuma, 1990 Add to Shelf
Protests tax exempt status of environmental organizations that spike trees, etc.
Item 401: "Timber interests seek aid against 'terrorists'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story from D.C. seeking help from the Secretary of Agriculture and Chief of the Forest Service to help reduce damage from eco-terrorists.
Item 402: "Environmentalists get their turn with national advisers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of meetings in D.C. with Bush Administration officials on impact of protecting the Northern Spotted Owl in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 403: "Students stage old-growth rally", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of rally in Olympia to protests cutting of old-growth forests.
Item 404: "Environmentalists question memos", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on internal Bureau of Land Management memos saying timber harvests cannot be maintained.
Item 405: "Unannounced visit by Congressman", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Jontz visit to Oregon. He opposed timber sales.
Item 406: "Environmentalists vow tougher fight", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story from Eugene saying groups will take tougher stand on timber sales.
Item 407: "Court to consider limiting power of conservationists", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on referral to Supreme Court of case of Lujan vs. National Wildlife Federation.
Item 408: "S.H. Chamber President responds to Newsweek", 1989 Add to Shelf
Chamber President's comments on a Newsweek article about Sweet Home.
Item 409: "Foresters must try for national consent", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on Northern Spotted Owl and timber supply.
Item 410: "Oregon's Not-So-Sweet Home", 1989 Add to Shelf
Newsweek story on conditions in Sweet Home.
Item 411: Several articles on eco-terrorism, 1989 Add to Shelf
Articles showing the attitudes of environmental groups regarding National Forest management and eco-terrorism.
Item 412: "Protests filed against timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protests of timber sales on Bureau of Land Management land in Southern Oregon.
Item 413: "Linn tops group's timber-study list", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of economic study by environmental groups of conditions brought about by lower timber sales on National Forests.
Item 414: "Environmentalists seek halt to logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalists trying to stop logging on private land.
Item 415: "TBS: Network will stand by show", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on reduced advertisers on a TBS show regarding Pacific Northwest Forests.
Item 416: "Preservationists give example of treachery", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial denouncing environmentalists' actions following an agreement.
Item 417: "Forest protest brings arrests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protest of timber harvest in Siskiyou National Forest.
Item 418: "Owl spotted near timber sale", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists request to halt a timber sale in Siuslaw National Forest because a Northern Spotted Owl was spotted.
Item 419: "Public officials responsible for Northwest timber policy", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on differences between environmentalists and timber industry on federal land management and responsibility of public officials.
Item 420: "Environmentalists seek logging bans", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on environmentalists attempts to block timber sales other than those related to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 421: "Environmentalists have advantage, senator says", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on up-coming summit in Salem on owls.
Item 422: "Spikes found in logs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on spiked logs from Bureau of Land Management harvest unit.
Item 423: "Environmentalists say no to deal", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalists backing out of a deal at the Salem Timber Summit that sought a compromise on federal timber harvests.
Item 424: "Environmentalists file appeal over owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on an appeal of Judge Frye's ruling that timber harvest could be proceed.
Item 425: "Owl at center of debate over logging old forests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of reduced harvest on federal land because of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 426: "Activists vow to defend Earth", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on founding of Earth First!
Item 427: "Logging work resumes after more arrests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on resumed logging near Breitenbush following environmentalist protest.
Item 428: "More protests block logging in old-growth", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on environmentalist protest at Breitenbush.
Item 429: "Protesters: Battle lives on", 1989 Add to Shelf
Stories about protest at Breitenbush and other Northern Spotted Owl related stories.
Item 430: "Logging protesters fined", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story on fines levied against Earth First for damage to logging equipment.
Item 431: "Hit by nature", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor regarding blowdown in Breitenbush area.
Item 432: "Forest talks forget real constituents", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by a fellow at a law institute regarding the timber summit.
Item 433: "Sadler: Timber shortage real issue in environmental wars", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about a speech Russell Sadler gave regarding the real reason for battle over timber harvest and spotted owls.
Item 434: "Using our land", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor urging support of reduced timber harvests.
Item 435: "Saving owl is only tip of iceberg", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article by Larry Swisher, D.C., on Northern Spotted Owls and other forest denizens.
Item 436: "The owl has no lawyer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial praising Willamette Industries for its flier saying not to harm owl.
Item 437: "Owl and timber debate suffers from several misconceptions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor discussing the nature of the Endangered Species Act.
Item 438: "Let the owl live", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor of the Democrat-Herald saying people can get other jobs but owls needs old forests.
Item 439: "We need cooperation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Thoughtful editorial on controversies regarding federal land management.
Item 440: "Study suggests shortfall of living wage jobs in Northwest", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story that jobs that have replaced timber jobs are not living wage jobs.
Item 441: "Timber assessment", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor regarding jobs in timber and other sectors.
Item 442: "Defending owl" and "Define 2 shell", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letters to editor for and against owl.
Item 443: "Let the owls live", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to the editor supporting owl.
Item 444: "Industry's fault", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying its the industry's fault-it cut too much.
Item 445: "Path to extinction", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor suggesting cutting forests leads to extinction of human species.
Item 446: "Loggers don't cry", 1990 Add to Shelf
Poem about ideas of loggers.
Item 447: "Ah, ignorance!", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying that there are lots of plants in clear cuts.
Item 448: Hatfield-Adams bill, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor urging people to write Congress regarding the Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 449: "Industry distorted", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor in support of the timber industry.
Item 450: "The Law and the public will", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reproduction of an Evergreen editorial on management of Rogue National Forest.
Item 451: "Sick of liars", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor from the wife of a logger supporting timber harvest.
Item 452: "Let owls nest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying set aside owl nesting places and continue timber harvest.
Item 453: "Oregon's logs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor supporting ballot measure 2 to stop export of logs.
Item 454: "Live and let live", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor by 90 year-old saying smoke and timber harvest can be lived with.
Item 455: "Other way around", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying editor's logic is faulty-unavailability of timber to log is hurting mills.
Item 456: Owl letters, 1989 Add to Shelf
Several letters on owl and timber harvest.
Item 457: "Built by timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor arguing that for a logger to get another job is not a solution.
Item 458: "Stop exports", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying jobs will be saved if export of logs is stopped.
Item 459: "Devastation?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor from logger asking environmentalists to spend time with him in woods to see what is in old-growth and what is in clear cuts.
Item 460: "Lives torn apart", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor decrying impact of lost timber jobs on Oregonians.
Item 461: "Stop environmentalists", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor urging loggers to resist reduced timber cuts.
Item 462: "Old growth timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 463: "Time to wake up...!", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying people have to be protected as well as owl.
Item 464: "A ghost state?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter saying owl lives in low elevation second-growth.
Item 465: "Save timber jobs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying people who lose timber jobs, not corporations, are ones hurt by preservationists.
Item 466: "Bored by owl" and "Timber money", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter talking about jobs and money.
Item 467: "God said use it", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter saying if it weren't the owl it would be something else-so use the forest.
Item 468: "Laws are for everyone", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 469: "Relocate owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter of hurt, when mills close-move owls.
Item 470: "No saboteurs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter by owl supporter saying too bad, but the owl must be saved.
Item 471: "Informative tour", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter by Glenn Koehrsen saying how beneficial a Society of American Foresters tour on management had been.
Item 472: "Livelihoods threatened", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter saying way of life is threatened and lists jobs lost when mills close.
Item 473: "Supply is there", 1988 Add to Shelf
VanLeeuwen letter saying timber is there, it just isn't being sold.
Item 474: "A lost forest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging people to write to the U.S. Forest Service regarding reduced timber harvest.
Item 475: "Save the loggers", 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter saying the owl will survive, save the people.
Item 476: Owl letters, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letters protesting owl protection and industry layoffs.
Item 477: "You've been had", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Peter Jennings, ABC, regarding story he had run on Sweet Home, asking him to come to Sweet Home and see for himself.
Item 478: "State, forest workers need timber harvesting", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter citing good effects of companies and description of actual forest condition.
Item 479: "All using paper", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 480: "Timber poetry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Poem regarding an old tree that would rather be utilized than left to rot.
Item 481: "Owl explosion", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter laying out a history of owl counts.
Item 482: "Show strength", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging people to let others know about timber people.
Item 483: "Shame on you", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 484: "Take time to think", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter asking preservationists to think about what her life is like with her husband losing his job.
Item 485: Write letters, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging people to write letters in support of the timber community.
Item 486: Protest program, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging letters to Oregon Public Broadcasting regarding an up-coming program on ancient forests sponsored by Stroh Brewing Co.
Item 487: "Letter to elected officials", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from the Drain Chamber of Commerce urging support for the timber industry.
Item 488: "Renewable resource", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter that points out that timber volume in Oregon changed little over 50 years.
Item 489: "The big lie at work", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter saying environmentalists use the big lie to scare people.
Item 490: "Drunk or sober", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter defending loggers from an attack by Andy Kerr.
Item 491: "Save king slug", 1989 Add to Shelf
Humorous letter urging the preservation of the garden slug.
Item 492: "People first", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging care for people and good jobs.
Item 493: "Tired of them", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from a logger's wife about the trials and tribulations they have faced.
Item 494: "Environmentalists cloud real issues with smokescreen", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece arguing that environmentalists have muddled people on owl and old-growth issues.
Item 495: Letters regarding industry and Oregon National Resource Council, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter by Goldy in response to criticism and problems with the Oregon National Resource Council.
Item 496: Letters regarding the Yellow Ribbon Coalition and others, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letters regarding the Yellow Ribbon Coalition, Northern Spotted Owl management, and saving old-growth.
Item 497: "Forests will rot", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from 85 year old regarding the errors of preservation.
Item 498: "Timber receipts", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter giving yearly receipts from U.S. Forest Service for timber for Albany Public Schools, 1980-1989.
Item 499: "Owls and Audubon", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter giving range, etc. of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 500: "A bitter pill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from a woman saying she had contributed to environmental organization only to find her money was being used against her family.
Item 501: A Capitol Owl?, 1989 Add to Shelf
Poem regarding the Northern Spotted Owl and forest products.
Item 502: "Worker's reply", 1989 Add to Shelf
Logger's reply to an environmentalist's letter regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 503: "Students threatened", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter protesting a cartoon and pointing out the loss of timber revenue to schools.
Item 504: "Sharing nature", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter arguing that closing forests is not a wise thing to do.
Item 505: Using wood and other letters, 1989 Add to Shelf
Three letters regarding Northern Spotted Owls and timber supply.
Item 506: "Let's fight to win", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter saying grass roots efforts will not win against organized environmentalists.
Item 507: Mexican Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 508: "Timber money", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter reminding a previous writer that timber money is used in education.
Item 509: "A tale of Deception", 1990 Add to Shelf
Reproduction of an Evergreen editorial detailing the activity of Andy Stahl regarding expert witnesses.
Item 510: "Salvage blowdown timber", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 511: "Newsweek article oversimplifies timber issue", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 512: "New policy on old-growth: More bad news", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 513: "Tickets to our forests?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 514: "Decision makers should see forests themselves", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 515: VanLeeuwen urges letter writing, 1989 Add to Shelf
Article reporting that VanLeeuwen wanted people to write the Fish and Wildlife Service asking that the Northern Spotted Owl not be listed.
Item 516: "Timber industry sustains Oregon", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 517: "Timber remains 'basic' to Oregon", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out importance of industries that bring money in from outside the state.
Item 518: "There is still time to avert disaster", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 519: "Measure may have benefits", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reports that Oregonians voted to stop export of federal timber.
Item 520: "Local groups react to timber summit proposal rejection, 1989 Add to Shelf
Statement by John Kunzman on the impact of the Summit failure on Sweet Home.
Item 521: "Owl family researched", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on visit to D.C. library and research on owl.
Item 522: "The owl, old growth and the economy", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece on the complexity of the Northern Spotted Owl-timber industry-economy argument.
Item 523: "Timber output vital to manufacturing base", 1989 Add to Shelf
Lebanon Express editorial pointing out basic economic truths.
Item 524: "Saving one species could harm another", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 525: "Why Senate should pass bill on appeals", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial supporting Packwood's new bill to streamline appeals process.
Item 526: "There's enough old-growth left to last for a couple of centuries", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece saying there is still a lot of old-growth and the Northern Spotted Owl is not the problem.
Item 527: Our thoughts-an editorial, 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial speculating about the impact of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on the forest industry and the state.
Item 528: "Wildlife Service lists owl 'threatened'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl and its potential impact.
Item 529: "It's time to speak out on timber issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by the Dean of the University of Oregon Business School on the importance of the timber industry.
Item 530: "Save children", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor pointing out impact of lost jobs due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 531: "Owl decision puts one more nail in coffin", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying listing of Northern Spotted Owls will devastate the area.
Item 532: "Get informed, be active", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial urging people to get active in politics. Includes discussion of the impact of the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 533: "Industry is threatened species", 1989 Add to Shelf
Guest opinion on effect of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on family logging business.
Item 534: "Separating fact from fallacy", 1989 Add to Shelf
Listing of fallacies and facts regarding forest management.
Item 535: "No catastrophe? It is if you're affected", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on impact of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on some people.
Item 536: "Threatened? Yes, by environmentalists!", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on some results of listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 537: "The biggest issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on the impact of reduced timber harvest on total state budget and the people of the state.
Item 538: "Oregon forests are not over cut", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Mickey Bellman on sustained yield.
Item 539: "Official listing may threaten owl more", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on the effect of listing on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 540: "Spotted owl truths", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by an old logger who has lived in Santiam Valley all his life. Says he knows about owls.
Box-Folder 2.7: Numbered Files 541-640, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 541: "Times are troubling", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor about impact of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on people.
Item 542: "Timber injunction was unwarranted", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on Judge Dwyer's ruling on Forest Service timber sales.
Item 543: "Real war being waged over timber harvest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on basic issue in owl controversy.
Item 544: "Ninth circuit again backs eco-activists", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial reporting how Hatfield amendment backfired.
Item 545: "Mill closures hurt the case for logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out that by closing mills because of timber shortage the industry has fewer people to argue for keeping mills open.
Item 546: "Wood industry hurting if trend not reversed", 1988 Add to Shelf
Editorial on impact of reduced timber harvest on all segments of Oregon society.
Item 547: "A trial by fire", 1988 Add to Shelf
Reprint of Evergreen editorial on failure to salvage fire damaged timber in the Siskiyou National Forest.
Item 548: "Timber reduction on forest okayed", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on reduced timber harvest in Rogue River National Forest due to Northern Spotted Owl protection.
Item 549: "Why export ban has drawbacks", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial supporting idea that private timber owners would be able to sell wherever they want.
Item 550: "Positive movement in senate on log export ban legislation", 1990 Add to Shelf
Packwood report to people on legislation he is sponsoring to ban log exports.
Item 551: "DeFazio bills on log export get hearing before panel", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on DeFazio bill to ban log exports to save the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 552: "Record exports add to log supply shortage", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 553: "Bush to attack trade barriers on wood products", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that Bush Administration will try to force Japan to accept manufactured lumber products, not just logs.
Item 554: "Owls, exports threaten timber industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on owls and exports and their impact on the forest industry.
Item 555: "Battle over exports returns to Congress", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of battle in Congress over banning log exports.
Item 556: "Log exports reach record levels", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of record export of logs.
Item 557: "G-P still exporting logs overseas", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Georgia-Pacific Corp. exporting logs and closing a mill at the same time.
Item 558: "Log export ban could create jobs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story saying log export ban might increase job numbers by one percent
Item 559: "Bill would make ban on log exports permanent", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that Packwood has introduced legislation banning exports from federal land permanently.
Item 560: "Wood: Imports exceed exports", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story from D.C. showing imports exceed exports and the effect of that on industry.
Item 561: "DeFazio defends position on log export restrictions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 562: "Log export fight begins", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of conflicting interests in log export ban questions.
Item 563: "Log-export switch: Officials listened", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial discussing Bush Administration change of mind regarding log export ban.
Item 564: "Lawmakers battle for spotted owl legislation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about house members arguing over maintaining timber sales on federal land and also protecting the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 565: "Lawmakers worried about timber fate", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of politicians' discussion of timber supply, etc. Good comment by Senator Adams, Washington, on not being able to sustain cuts of recent past.
Item 566: "Albany timber industry representative named to advisory board", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on appointment of advisory board to advise U.S. Forest Service on timber sales from the Willamette National Forest.
Item 567: "Judge says timber harvest can proceed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Judge Dwyer's ruling that cutting some old-growth is constitutional.
Item 568: "2 Northwest congressmen block bid to reduce old-growth timber harvests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of efforts by AuCoin and Dicks to keep cut level on National Forests high.
Item 569: "Timber compromise: Both sides scrambling to meet deadline", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of problems of designating timber harvest under Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 571: "Timber deal built at summit collapses", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of collapse of deal by Hatfield, et al. on timber supply scuttled by environmentalists.
Item 572: "Capitol Hill fights over spotted owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about battle between industry and environmentalists over level of federal harvest in the Northwest.
Item 573: "Group appeals forest decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
Appeal of fire salvage decision.
Item 574: Data on forest industry in Oregon, 1989 Add to Shelf
Data on timber industry and employment over time.
Item 575: Senate Joint Memorial 15, 1989 Add to Shelf
Asks Congress to restrict appeals to federal management plans.
Item 576: House Bill 3491, 1989 Add to Shelf
Bill to pay bounty for live Northern Spotted Owls for release in wilderness areas and to keep timber harvest at same levels.
Item 577: "Panel leader rejects new old-growth plan", 1989 Add to Shelf
Sidney Yates rejects Aucoin/Dicks compromise on old-growth harvest.
Item 578: "Timber debate smolders despite accord", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about Packwood, et al. and the timber harvest controversy.
Item 579: "Panel gets old-growth compromise", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of agreement reached in compromise on timber harvest--Hatfield/Adams agreement.
Item 580: "Both sides agree spotted owl pact 'too little too late'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on history and content of Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 581: "Oregon's Forest Resources", 1989 Add to Shelf
Survey paper by Con Schallau on the industry in Oregon.
Item 582: Open letter supporting Hatfield, 1988 Add to Shelf
Solicitation for support of public letter to support Hatfield.
Item 583: Oregon's Endangered Species Act, 1987 Add to Shelf
Copy of bill establishing Oregon Endangered Species Act.
Item 584: "Public meeting scheduled on draft timber plan", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of planned harvest on state land.
Item 585: "Hatfield: Owl talks possible", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Hatfield's effort to get talks going on owl/timber controversy.
Item 586: "Packwood introduces log export bills", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Packwood's efforts to restrict log export from federal and state lands.
Item 587: "It's time to speak out on timber issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by the Dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Oregon saying reduced timber jobs will hurt rural areas.
Item 588: "Court order clouds timber sale issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on interpretation of court order as it applies to harvest on Bureau of Land Management lands near spotted owl nests
Item 589: "Governor criticizes Packwood's plans for timber meeting", 1989 Add to Shelf
Goldschmidt's complaints about Packwood's plans
Item 590: "Things look different here", 1989 Add to Shelf
Commentary by Blankenbaker on Goldschmidt/Packwood to do.
Item 591: "State needs to press on", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on timber summit and politicians' efforts to get some timber harvest okayed.
Item 592: "Industry picks 5 for timber summit", 1989 Add to Shelf
Listing of industry people to participate in the Timber Summit in Salem on June 24.
Item 593: Testimony of Hal Salwasser, 1989 Add to Shelf
Salwasser's presentation to meeting on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 594: File notes made at Fish and Wildlife hearing on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Short summary of comments of many people at the hearing on the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 595: Proposed listing of the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Copy of federal register with notice of the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 596: HR 1645-Five year study period, 1989 Add to Shelf
A bill to permit timber sales on Forest Service land while a five year study of the Northern Spotted Owl is carried out.
Item 597: "Plan requested to save both owl, timber industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about Secretaries of Agriculture and the Interior asking for plan to save owl and industry.
Item 598: "Federal agencies work on owl plan", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article saying U.S. Forest Service and others are working on a plan to harvest timber and save the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 599: Packwood urges support for loggers, 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on effort to maintain some timber harvest. Interesting comment by Packwood, "The tougher battle will be to decide what should be the purpose of the National Forests of this country."
Item 601: "Hatfield: Forest furor hits homes, schools", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article on total impact of forest industry in Oregon according to Hatfield.
Item 602: "Packwood hopes for an 'armistice'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Packwood's hope for June timber summit.
Item 603: "Yih presents joint memorial at Salem summit", 1989 Add to Shelf
Memorial asks for filing fee and protection from legal challenges of agreements made at summit.
Item 604: "Plan offers old-growth breathing room", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial piece by Cogswell on the ramifications of the agreement reached at the Salem summit.
Item 605: "Old growth plan brings sides closer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of collapse of summit agreement but with a good political spin.
Item 606: "Owl talks collapse again", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story from D.C. on failed attempt to gain something from Salem Summit.
Item 607: "Environmentalists seek more representation at summit", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalist asking for more representation at up-coming Summit in Salem.
Item 608: "Reaction mixed to forest summit agenda", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on agenda for June 24, Summit in Salem.
Item 609: "Rules set for summit on owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on the agenda for the Salem Summit and the maneuvering timber and environmentalists are doing.
Item 610: "BLM wants owl lawsuit dismissed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about environmental suits against the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management regarding owl sites and harvest.
Item 611: "Appeal goes in spotted owls' favor", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that appeals on behalf of owl can be made. Same story in the Democrat-Herald.
Item 612: "Wilderness society: Charge for forest use", 1989 Add to Shelf
Wilderness Society urges charging for hunting and fishing since timber harvest is unprofitable.
Item 613: "Rep. Hauden asks full review before listing owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hayden wants peer review of science that finds need to list owl.
Item 614: "Willamette Forest leads nation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on timber sales from National Forests.
Item 615: "Group's report warns of timber recession", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of mill prospects with less timber available.
Item 616: "Loggers blast plan to cut burned timber", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story that loggers feel salvage efforts at Oakridge are too extreme.
Item 617: "BLM trims state timber sales due to owl", 1988 Add to Shelf
Item 618: "Story that loggers feel salvage efforts at Oakridge too extreme", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of mill closures due to reduced timber supply.
Item 619: "Owl habitat to receive protection", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story on reduced timber harvest to protect the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 620: "Hatfield vows to restore cuts", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story about Hatfield's visit to Sweet Home and his pledge to restore cuts in Forest Service plans.
Item 621: "Environmentalists criticize Hatfield", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of Eugene environmentalists upset by Hatfield's remarks about owls.
Item 622: "Hatfield decries efforts to help the spotted owl", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report of Hatfield's remarks to the Association of O & C counties regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 623: "Oregon must unite to insure long-term economic survival", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report on Hatfield's remarks to Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce.
Item 624: "Timber groups lash out at opposition-caused log shortage", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of job losses due to timber shortage.
Item 625: "Injunction worries timber industry reps", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of two mills with concerns about decreased 1989 timber sales and future log shortages.
Item 626: "Nine timber sales remain tied up", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on tied up timber sales due to Judge Frye's ruling.
Item 627: "Hatfield: log supply in danger", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Hatfield's visit to Albany and his views on log supply.
Item 628: "Goldschmidt warns of timber layoffs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Goldschmidt's warning that a recession was imminent if Northern Spotted Owl effects continued.
Item 629: "Don't gamble with Oregon timber jobs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Representative Wyden's views on reduced timber sales on Forest Service land.
Item 630: "Timber Wilderness lock-up irritates legislator", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of VanLeeuwen's opposition to reduced timber harvest in National Forests.
Item 631: "Linn mills keeping wary eye on log supply", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 632: "High log prices force mill closure", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of a plywood mill closing due to high log costs and the low value of plywood.
Item 633: "Owl concern could close Weyerhaeuser Mill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Reduced log supply may cause mill to close.
Item 634: "Rosboro to lay off workers", 1989 Add to Shelf
Rosboro to reduce workers because of log supply problems.
Item 635: "Group appeals timber sale", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of appeal of timber sale on an east side National Forest.
Item 636: "Politicians blame environmentalists", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hatfield, et al., blame environmentalists for the failure of the Salem Summit to solve timber supply problems.
Item 637: "Environmentalists see ample timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of different interpretations of timber supply prior to Salem Summit.
Item 638: "State may ally with loggers", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that state may join forces with industry on fight for timber harvest after the failure of Salem Summit.
Item 639: "Judge sets June trial for spotted owl decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Judge Dwyer's plans for owl suit.
Item 640: "Congressmen make timber cut proposal", 1989 Add to Shelf
AuCoin and DeFazio try to arrange for thinnings in National Forest to provide some wood.
Box-Folder 2.8: Numbered Files 641-790, 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 641: "Paper says BLM report contrary to testimony", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that internal and external views on the Northern Spotted Owl do not jibe in the Bureau of Land Management.
Item 642: "State lawmakers join federal forest debate", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Oregon's lawmakers joining in fight over timber harvest.
Item 643: "Hatfield blasts 'radical' Oregon environmentalists", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hatfield met with Oregonian staff and discussed timber supply and environmentalist issues
Item 644: "Laid off workers: The search", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about laid off workers looking for jobs.
Item 645: "Timber groups lash out at opposition-caused log shortages", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of expected lay-offs.
Item 646: "Packwood: ban forest appeals", 1989 Add to Shelf
Senator's solution to appeals: congressional action.
Item 647: "Owls a symbol in great debate", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on the use of the owl to halt timber harvest.
Item 648: "Owl not endangered", 1989 Add to Shelf
VanLeeuwen letter to editor about listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 649: "Court hears arguments in owl case", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of hearing in 9th circuit court on owl case.
Item 650: "Wyden favors early blitz to find candidates", 1989 Add to Shelf
Note at end of article saying Wyden demanded a solution to owl problem.
Item 651: "BETA funds available", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of mechanism to help laid off workers get a job.
Item 652: "Spotted owl issue comes to Olympia", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on public meeting with Fish and Wildlife Service people regarding the Northern Spotted Owl listing. Gives dates of proposed listing.
Item 653: "Old-growth showdown could come this week", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of final hearing and vote on Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 654: "Unions rally for timber bill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of rally in Salem in support of the timber industry.
Item 655: "Pro-timber groups hoping to gain clout through unification", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about formation of Communities for Greater Oregon (CGO) and John Kunzman.
Item 656: "Court lifts old-growth injunction", 1989 Add to Shelf
9th circuit lifts ban.
Item 657: "Packwood: Bill won't block appeals", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Packwood's July 31 bill to change appeals process.
Item 658: "Forest Service says timber bill threatens spotted owl habitat", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that the cut proposed by Hatfield-Adams bill would mean too much harvest and would threaten Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 659: "Packwood: Forest Service hurt chances of timber bill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of the impact of Forest Service comments on the effect of harvest, set by the Hatfield-Adams bill, on Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 660: "Residents fighting logging near freeway", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protest in Medford/Grants Pass area of proposed clearcut near I-5.
Item 661: "Owl decision to beat deadline", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of public hearing on the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl held in Eugene.
Item 662: "Oregon timber delegation heading to Washington", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of trip planned to D.C. to support Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 663: "Log truck gets mighty send off", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of send off of truck with wood products to D.C. in support of the Hatfield-Adams bill.
Item 664: "New timber appeals filed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Oregon Natural Resources Council appeals filed in central Oregon.
Item 665: "Anti-logging activists charged", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 666: "Rep. VanLeeuwen calls for action on owl fiasco", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of VanLeeuwen's request of Governor to correct owl problem.
Item 667: "Groups make counteroffer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists response to Summit plan of June 1989.
Item 669: "Rangers count old trees, owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of surveys being done on the Sweet Home District of the Willamette National Forest.
Item 670: "Election: Loud 'no' to log exports", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of election results banning export of logs from state forests.
Item 671: "Hatfield criticizes appeals court", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Hatfield's displeasure with 9th circuit court.
Item 672: "Owl talks collapse again", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of attempt in D.C. to save something of the failed Summit.
Item 673: "Environmentalists say no to deal", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalist's refusal to go along with Summit solution.
Item 674: "Timber compromise: Will it fly?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of the first day after the Summit and speculation about all sides accepting deal.
Item 675: "Environmentalists blamed in layoffs", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of layoff due to Summit failure.
Item 676: "Timber bids soar due to shortage", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of high bids on timber sales.
Item 677: "Protesters block Siskiyou forest logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of logging protest in the National Forest.
Item 678: "Judge lifts ban on logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Judge Frye lifting ban due to Hatfield amendment.
Item 679: "Groups to offer owl 'armistice'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of offer by environmentalists to allow some logging.
Item 680: "Timber industry is talk at 45th logging carnival", 1989 Add to Shelf
Stories of support for loggers at Timber Carnival.
Item 681: "Latest plan for forests rejected by industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of industry's refusal to accept proposed change in agreement reached at Salem Summit.
Item 682: "Lawmakers gain time in timber talks", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story about negotiations in D.C. regarding Summit agreement changes.
Item 683: "Mill owners seek ban of state log exports", 1989 Add to Shelf
Mill owners want export of logs from state land stopped.
Item 684: "Lawmakers meet over logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on attempt to reach a compromise over the Salem Summit.
Item 685: "Timber company to leave buffer for owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Bohemia leaving a buffer strip around an old owl site.
Item 686: "Reducing timber cut could devastate Oregon", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of AuCoin's views on reduced timber harvest.
Item 687: "Lebanon FISH funds dwindling", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of a relief agency running out of money because of pressure from mill closings.
Item 688: "ONRC wins appeal, timber sale stopped", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of halted timber sale in Winema National Forest due to Oregon Natural Resources Council appeal.
Item 689: "Negotiators delay owl meeting", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of delay of negotiations following Salem Summit to try for an agreement after August recess.
Item 690: "Groups work out timber counter-offer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of offer being made by environmentalists for logging in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 691: "Oregon enters spotted owl suit", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Governor Goldschmidt having state join industry in suit to maintain logging levels.
Item 692: "Agency chief: Owl rules too restrictive", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Forest Service Chief Robertson saying that U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rules for protecting the Northern Spotted Owl are too restrictive-can't get out the cut.
Item 693: "Timber harvest proposed", 1989 Add to Shelf
AuCoin's efforts to put money in budget for Forest Service to offer 4+ billion feet of timber sales.
Item 694: "The spotted owl fiasco", 1989 Add to Shelf
Long story on misinformation about the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 695: "If timber supply holds, western lumber outlook good", 1989 Add to Shelf
Optimistic story about lumber industry which assumes a timber supply.
Item 696: Support for James Cason, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Senator Leahy in support of Cason for Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Natural Resources.
Item 697: "More time granted for comments on owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service extends time to comment on owl listing proposal from 9/21/89 to 12/21/89.
Item 698: "A log export ban, alone, is not nearly enough", 1989 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed Piece by Niemi and Whitlaw commenting on ban of export of logs from state forest land.
Item 699: "Some say spotted owl boosts coffers of tree farmers", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of influence of reduced timber harvest on federal land on log prices on private land.
Item 700: "Owl backers say timber jobs on upswing, not dipping", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalist interpretation of employment figures for mills related to owl protection.
Item 701: "Unions rally for timber legislation", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Salem rally to increase timber sales.
Item 702: "Who needs old trees? In Oregon we all do", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story by Oregon Natural Resources Council representative on Northern Spotted Owls, old forests, and people.
Item 703: "Union rally fizzles", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial comment on small participation of workers in Salem Timber Rally.
Item 704: "Logging showdown this week?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of rally in D.C. and Hatfield amendment.
Item 705: "Leave owl alone", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, jobs, and people.
Item 706: "Is the owl really threatened?", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article by an attorney telling why owl is not threatened by timber harvest, etc.
Item 707: "Log export battle moves to Congress", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of action in Congress to support Oregon voter's overwhelming support of banning export of logs from state land.
Item 708: "Vandalism halts work at logging site", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Sweet Home logger whose equipment had been damaged.
Item 709: "Owl lawsuit: Goldschmidt plans to file brief", 1989 Add to Shelf
Governor to file friend of the court statement about suit against Bureau of Land Management timber harvests.
Item 710: "Rep. DeFazio talks timber to Rotary", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of DeFazio's talk to Lebanon Rotary on timber supply.
Item 711: "DeFazio offers plan to resolve debate over owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
DeFazio interprets U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service action regarding the listing of Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 712: "Neil Goldschmidt: Congress should act" and other stories, 1989 Add to Shelf
Stories on job losses, Governor's action, and training woods workers.
Item 713: "Owl turns up on T-shirts, menus", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 714: "Agency urges threatened status", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recommending that the Northern Spotted Owl be listed.
Item 715: "Timber cost leaps in face of shortages", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 716: "Mill closing: shortage of logs blamed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of plywood mill in Sweet Home closing due to log shortage.
Item 717: "New District Ranger plans to be a 'good listener'", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of background of new ranger on Sweet Home district.
Item 718: "Prices for logs soar after environmental restrictions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of increased stumpage value on private land.
Item 719: "Ex-forester: Crisis could have been avoided", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Bob Wolfe saying that the National Forest Management Act set up advisory committees and that the U.S. Forest Service ignored them, hence today's problems.
Item 720: LA Times Sweet Home Story, 1989 Add to Shelf
Several pieces in folder regarding the spotted owl, job losses, etc. published by the LA Times.
Item 721: "Forest Service, O&C boost Linn forecasts", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of increased payments to counties from Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management.
Item 722: "The Call of the Owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of searching for owls.
Item 723: "Timber revenue helps schools, counties", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of impact of timber money to schools and towns from federal timber harvests.
Item 724: "Owl supporters charged", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protesters disrupting supervisor's office in Eugene.
Item 725: "BLM saw logging as threat to owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of internal Bureau of Land Management report on Northern Spotted Owls.
Item 726: "Forest Service: thinning could offset log shortage", 1989 Add to Shelf
Suggestion that thinnings could make up for log harvest.
Item 727: "BLM: timber cut will be a third less than average", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of expected Bureau of Land Management harvest reductions.
Item 728: "Public split on timber issue", 1982 Add to Shelf
Story of poll taken in Portland that shows division on timber issue.
Item 729: "Rep. outlines timber concerns to new Speaker of House", 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter from VanLeeuwen to Speaker Foley regarding timber concerns.
Item 730: "Congressmen call old-growth a national issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Representative Yates saying he would save old-growth even if people lost jobs.
Item 731: Bureau of Land Management's Luscher and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Plenert, 1989 Add to Shelf
Two stories about new leaders of major agencies in Oregon.
Item 732: "Demonstrators protest road-building near owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Earth First protest near Waldport of Siuslaw National Forest timber sale.
Item 733: "Federal agency says better information led to owl decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says better information led it to reverse its decision regarding the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 734: "Agency predicts drop in owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
Fish and Wildlife Service says it was not pressured, but had better information.
Item 735: "Both sides react to owl decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
Timber and environmentalists react to owl listing.
Item 736: "Simpson workers watch end of era", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of last log through Simpson mill.
Item 737: "Agency says logging threatens owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 738: "Lifting injunction won't free all timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story: even if a court injunction on timber sales is lifted via the Hatfield-Adams bill, harvest will be down and prices up. Also a story about protesters in Hatfield's office.
Item 739: "Senator urges consensus on timber management", 1989 Add to Shelf
Packwood seeks to limit timber sale appeals.
Item 740: "Spotted owl issue cuts timber sales in Coos Bay", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of reduced cut on Bureau of Land Management land in Coos Bay.
Item 741: "Owl hearing: Loggers fear ruin", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report from Olympia, Washington on a hearing by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in which people urged the agency to not list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 742: "Owl hearing draws media show", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Fish and Wildlife Service hearing in Eugene on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 743: "Conservationists told to plan for all forests", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Jerry Franklin's talk to an environmental group at Elkhorn.
Item 744: "Hatfield not willing to change timber bill", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hatfield holds firm on amendment.
Item 745: "Timber bill 'hurt' by Forest Service", 1989 Add to Shelf
Item 746: "Sweet Home mill plans expansion", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story about a small mill in Sweet Home planning to expand.
Item 747: "Owl-less timber plan OK'd", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Washington's compromise on cutting state timber on Olympic Peninsula.
Item 748: "BLM seeks Sweet Home area input on 10 year plan", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of the extent and activity of the Bureau of Land Management in the state of Oregon.
Item 749: "Hearing told owl numbers greater", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of hearing in California on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 750: "Timber sale planning continues despite spotted owl injunctions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of continued planning for timber sales in Sweet Home district despite injunction.
Item 751: "Agency urges threatened status", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wants to list Northern Spotted Owls as threatened.
Item 752: "Preliminary demographic owl results", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story of biologists meeting in Portland on the status of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 753: "Timber industry backing Oregon's political power", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of political contributions to Neil Goldschmidt and others.
Item 754: "Activists climb trees to launch protests", 1989 Add to Shelf
General story of environmentalists attempting to disrupt logging operations.
Item 755: "Groups protest building of road", 1989 Add to Shelf
Protest at Alsea and figures on cost of security.
Item 756: "Timber interests plan public relations blitz", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on PR campaign planned by industry.
Item 757: "Hearing told owl numbers greater", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on Northern Spotted Owl numbers in California.
Item 758: "Oregon project hands out dollar dots", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of dots put on dollars to indicate timber's contribution to the economy.
Item 759: "Spotted owl hearings to begin", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of four planned hearings by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 760: "BLM designing harvest plan for roadside stands", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of making cuts along I-5 more aesthetically acceptable.
Item 761: Timber group-new boundaries for wilderness, 1990 Add to Shelf
Proposal to redraw some boundaries to protect wilderness and timber harvest.
Item 762: "Stop timber giveaway", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Tongas deal.
Item 763: "Policy could protect over half of old-growth", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on effect of Hatfield-Adams bill on timber sales.
Item 764: "New advisory panels could take the heat in owl controversy", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of the role of advisory panels in carrying out the Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 765: "Advisory panel takes on large task", 1990 Add to Shelf
Work of one Hatfield-Adams advisory panel.
Item 766: "Panel member says he's optimistic about timber compromise", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story about one member of the Willamette National Forest Hatfield-Adams advisory panel.
Item 767: Senate Joint Memorial 15, 1989 Add to Shelf
Memorial asking Congress to change and limit appeals of timber sales.
Item 768: "Key lawmakers meet on spotted owl issue", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story from Washington D.C. on efforts to work out a deal for protection and timber harvest.
Item 769: "Capitol Hill fights over spotted owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story from Washington D.C. on efforts by Les AuCoin to work out timber/preservation deal.
Item 770: "Wanted: The notorious spotted owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Advertisement by car dealer giving $25 reward for picture of spotted owl so his staff could see what is affecting their business.
Item 771: "Concern spreads over Oregon timber supply", 1989 Add to Shelf
Editorial on concerns about the timber industry.
Item 772: "Logging protesters chain selves to door", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of protest in Eugene.
Item 773: "Local group reacts to court ruling on BLM timber sales", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of court ruling on Bureau of Land Management timber harvest.
Item 774: "Drastic decline in timber harvest forecast for Southwest Oregon", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story of predicted harvest decline in Southwest Oregon and effect on economy.
Item 775: "Study: Restriction of wilderness OK", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on study saying it is okay to restrict use of wilderness.
Item 776: "People are more important than owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story (Op-Ed) by Mae Yih on owl question.
Item 777: "Timber groups say logs to last through summer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on declining timber harvest and log supply.
Item 778: "Judge lifts ban on logging", 1989 Add to Shelf
Effect of Hatfield amendment on ban.
Item 779: "Spotted owl blues hits valley airwaves", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of song written and recorded by locals dealing with effect of Northern Spotted Owls on jobs.
Item 780: "Hatfield hits court on timber decisions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hatfield complains about court rulings in forest management cases.
Item 781: "Agency predicts drop in owls", 1989 Add to Shelf
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service predicts a drop in owl population unless timber harvest is lowered.
Item 782: "Hatfield: Owl recommendation may cause mass unemployment", 1989 Add to Shelf
Hatfield's prediction of the effect of listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 783: "Both sides react to owl decision", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of industry and environmentalist responses to owl listing.
Item 784: "Timber sale planning continues despite spotted owl injunction", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of continued planning for timber sales despite owl listing.
Item 785: "Environmentalists plan to present counter-offer", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists putting together a plan to solve protection/harvest controversy.
Item 786: "Opinions clash on spotted owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report on public hearing with differing views of the state of Northern Spotted Owls.
Item 787: "Congress to blame for overcutting", 1987 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by National Wildlife person on over cutting in National Forests and who is to blame.
Item 788: "Court hears arguments in owl case", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of hearing in the 9th circuit court on owl status.
Item 789: "Forest Service Chief: what if owl isn't really in danger", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of Chief's concerns about the owl listing on the Forest Service's ability to get out mandated cut.
Item 790: "Ready or not, more timber layoffs coming", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story by two University of Oregon professors on what is coming in timber harvest reductions.
Box-Folder 2.9: Numbered Files 791-842, 1989-1996 Add to Shelf
Item 791: "Senators negotiate on timber", 1989 Add to Shelf
Washington D.C. story about Senator Leahy's plan for ancient forests.
Item 792: "Forester: Neither side sees big picture", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Regional Forester's view of National Forest management.
Item 793: "Senate Panel Oks Hatfield-Adams timber compromise", 1989 Add to Shelf
Report of committee action on Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 794: "Lawmakers offer compromise plan in fight over owl", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Hatfield's view of owl solution.
Item 795: "Owl lawyer investigated", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of complaint against University of Oregon attorneys regarding Northern Spotted Owl evidence.
Item 796: "Senate passes temporary truce in timber fight", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Leahy's backing off in opposition to Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 797: "Timber dispute turns to national struggle", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of fears that Hatfield-Adams amendment sets precedent for all sorts of chicanery.
Item 798: "Loggers see spotted owl as a harbinger of doom", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on closing a mill in Sweet Home.
Item 799: "Timber supports latest proposal", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of timber industry supporting the Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 800: "Packwood proposes new rules for appeals of forest decisions", 1989 Add to Shelf
Packwood wants legislation to restrict appeals.
Item 801: "Decision on timber plan delayed", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of delay in considering the Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 802: "Researcher says logging will depend on technology", 1989 Add to Shelf
John Garland's predictions of the future of logging practices.
Item 803: "Agency chief: Owl rules too restrictive", 1989 Add to Shelf
Robertson's assessment of owl restrictions on Forest Service operations.
Item 804: "Lobbying over timber intensifies", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of controversy surrounding the Hatfield-Adams amendment.
Item 805: "8.6 billion board feet harvested from Oregon forests in 1988", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of a near-record timber harvest in 1988.
Item 806: "Local Oregon Project mulls CGO merger", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of breakup of logging support groups.
Item 807: "Environmentalists lose ground", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of in-fighting over Hatfield-Adams amendment in Congress.
Item 808: "Timber groups lash out at opposition-caused log shortages", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of job losses due to reduced timber harvest. Duplicate of #645.
Item 809: "Timber leader claims owl flap may destroy half state's industry", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of Jim Giesinger's predictions of owl protection effects on Oregon industry.
Item 810: "Official: Appointee opposed owl protection", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of controversy over appointment of James Cason as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture (with #809).
Item 811: "Environmentalists counter-offer unacceptable to timber groups", 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists offer to change agreement of June 1989 Timber Summit.
Item 812: "New timber injunction may go farther than old one", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of how a phrase in a court ruling may halt other timber sales on Bureau of Land Management land.
Item 813: "Timber unions unite to look for solution", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of five unions getting together to try to assure timber supply.
Item 814: Special Report on Forest Industry, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several pieces in Linn-Benton Community College paper on timber industry and forest management.
Item 815: Q & A about Oregon Threatend and Endangered Species Act, 1996 Add to Shelf
Background information about the State Endangered Species Act.
Item 816: Oregon timber harvest 1955-1994, 1996 Add to Shelf
Data on harvest.
Item 817: VanLeeuwen's weekly capitol report, 1993 Add to Shelf
Newsletter reports on contribution of timber harvest to schools.
Item 818: "Federal timber sale program languishes in Pacific Northwest", 1993 Add to Shelf
Data on timber harvest 1991-1993.
Item 819: Letter to Jim Lyons, 1993 Add to Shelf
Letter to Lyons on up-coming timber summit in Portland with suggestions for participants.
Item 820: Testimony in support of H.B. 2927, 1993 Add to Shelf
Testimony in support of a revision of the state Endangered Species Act.
Item 821: Letter to President Clinton, 1993 Add to Shelf
Letter to Clinton regarding conditions in a timber-dependent district.
Item 822: Letter to President Clinton, 1993 Add to Shelf
Letter to Clinton pleading for a solution to the timber crisis.
Item 823: House Joint Memorial 10, 1993 Add to Shelf
Request to the Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 824: Letter to spotted owl recovery team, 1992 Add to Shelf
Long letter to recovery team protesting the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 825: H.B. 3274, 1993 Add to Shelf
Bill to change Oregon's Endangered Species Act to make it more people friendly. Includes letter of support from Lane County OLC.
Item 826: H.B. 3128-Compensation for regulation, 1993 Add to Shelf
Bill to require state to compensate owners if regulations result in property being of less value.
Item 827: H.B. 2924-Remove spotted owl from list, 1993 Add to Shelf
Bill to amend ORS to eliminate the Northern Spotted Owl from listing.
Item 828: Request for letters to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to constituents asking them to write to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service telling them not to list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 829: Letter to Dean Bibles, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter to Bibles congratulating him on his appointment as State Bureau of Land Management Director and commenting on the importance of the timber industry in District 37.
Item 830: Letter to Hatfield regarding the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter protesting misinformation in a Humane Society publication.
Item 831: Open letter to Editor, 1989 Add to Shelf
Letter urging people to write the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 832: Letter to John Hart, Christian Science Monitor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to Hart asking for an unbiased report on forest industry and federal land management in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 833: The Odyssey of the Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists story of loss of habitat, etc. of the spotted owl.
Item 834: VanLeeuwen/Barnette letters, 1990 Add to Shelf
Exchange of letters between VanLeeuwen and Barnette regarding federal land management, particularly the Sweet Home Ranger District.
Item 835: Timber supply related facts, 1989 Add to Shelf
News release regarding timber supply information.
Item 836: FYI-Timber Supply, 1988 Add to Shelf
Info on timber supply.
Item 837: Letter to Editor, 1989 Add to Shelf
Urging people to write Congress regarding timber supply issues.
Item 838: "A tale of deception", 1990 Add to Shelf
Opinion piece on use of Northern Spotted Owls to halt timber harvest.
Item 839: Fur, Fish and Game editorial, 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial piece decrying the cutting of old-growth forest.
Item 840: Letter to members of Congressional Conference Committee, 1989 Add to Shelf
Info sheet urging people to write congress regarding the timber supply.
Item 841: "Timber for Oregon's Tomorrow", 1990 Add to Shelf
Review of timber situation in Oregon.
Item 842: Letter to President Bush, 1990 Add to Shelf
Personal history of difficulty due to reduced timber harvest.
Box-Folder 2.10: Numbered Files 843-857, 1987-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 843: Commentary on effect of Northern Spotted Owl action, 1990 Add to Shelf
Open letter by Hansen on effects of Northern Spotted Owl listing on Oregon.
Item 844: "Connecticut college students appeal timber sales in Oregon", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Wesleyan College students protesting sales in Oregon.
Item 845: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1990 Add to Shelf
Telling VanLeeuwen of latest moves by environmentalists in Congress.
Item 846: "Environmentalists: 4 million acres will be set aside for owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Oregon Natural Resources Council's effort to get land set aside for owl.
Item 847: Background on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Review of Northern Spotted Owl listing history by Regional Director Plenert.
Item 848: The Endangered Species Act, 1983 Add to Shelf
Item 849: Process of listing owl-Remarks by R. P. Smith, 1989 Add to Shelf
Remarks by Assistant Regional Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the listing process for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 850: Biological Basis for listing the Northern Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Report by Barry S. Mulder on biological basis for the decision on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 851: Fish and Wildlife Service decision on Northern Spotted Owl listing petitions, 1989 Add to Shelf
Remarks by David Riley for Plenert on the decision to list the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 852: News Release-Northern Spotted Owl listed as threatened, 1989 Add to Shelf
News release announcing listing of Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 853: Northern Spotted Owl-Status Review Supplement, 1989 Add to Shelf
Status of Northern Spotted Owl that justified listing.
Item 854: Northern Spotted Owl Status Review, 1987 Add to Shelf
Early report on status of Northern Spotted Owl and justification for listing.
Item 855: Spotted Owl RD&A Program-U.S. Forest Service, 1989 Add to Shelf
Program for R-5 and R-6 of U.S. Forest Service for saving the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 856: Letter to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1991 Add to Shelf
Item 857: Timber supply related facts, 1989 Add to Shelf
Compilation of information on the forest industry in Oregon.
Box-Folder 2.11: Numbered Files 858-887, 1991-1995 Add to Shelf
Item 858: Comments on Final Environmental Impact Statement on the Northern Spotted Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
Response to comments on a Final Environmental Impact Statement by individuals.
Item 859: "Religious forces speak out for environment", 1992 Add to Shelf
Item 860: Letter to State Board of Forestry, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to the Board stating opposition to the listing of Northern Spotted Owls by State.
Item 861: Gourley testimony, 1991 Add to Shelf
Gourley supports legislation that protects both jobs and owls.
Item 862: People, Owls and Old Growth, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to federal officials regarding owl population and lack of need to list.
Item 863: Letter to Congress, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to Congress blasting the Fly-In-For-Freedom effort as an industry effort in disguise.
Item 864: Background Memorandum on the Multiple Abuse Campaign, 1991 Add to Shelf
Introductory page of large packet of materials alerting Congress to problems with Fly-In effort.
Item 865: Letter to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1991 Add to Shelf
Argues that too much land has already been set aside for things like owls, so there is no need for more set asides as critical habitat.
Item 866: Network News, 1991 Add to Shelf
Issue covering Fly-In to D.C. Warm, fuzzy hopes alive.
Item 867: Community Network News, 1991 Add to Shelf
Collection of stories about Oregon people's efforts in the Northern Spotted Owl battle.
Item 868: Position Statement, Western Pulp & Paper workers, 1991 Add to Shelf
Position statement in support of S 1156 and H.R. 2463.
Item 869: Resolution to Western Legislative Forestry Task Force, 1991 Add to Shelf
Reports on a Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force resolution regarding the reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act.
Item 870: "Willamette Employees act as citizen lobbyists on spotted owl", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of two employees going to D.C. for the Fly-in.
Item 871: "President balances man and wildlife", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial on President Bush's campaign trip to Washington State.
Item 872: Association of Oregon Counties-Legislative agenda, 1992 Add to Shelf
Memorandum of the Association of Oregon Counties setting out the importance of timber funds to counties.
Item 873: Oregon GOP forestry platform, 1992 Add to Shelf
Lists planks in GOP Forestry Platform.
Item 874: Letters Editor, US News & World Report, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter protesting a recent article about environmentalist actions.
Item 875: "BLM director defends his logging strategy", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of confrontation between Jamison, Vento and Jontz, two Representatives with green ties.
Item 876: "Forest Service proposal is a slap in our face", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial blasting the U.S. Forest Service for a budget item on South American forestry efforts.
Item 877: Resolution to Congress 92-1, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution urging Congress to amend the Endangered Species Act so that someone other than the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service conducts impact analyses of actions under it.
Item 878: Resolution to Congress 92-2, 1992 Add to Shelf
Urges Congress to support research that would allow continued clear cutting in forest operations.
Item 879: "Solons travel to seek changed species act", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of VanLeeuwen and Yih trip to D.C. to lobby for changing the Endangered Species Act.
Item 880: Domenici letter, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen expressing support for change in the Endangered Species Act.
Item 881: Resolution 92-3, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution asking that the appeals process be changed so agencies can manage forests.
Item 882: Packwood letters, 1992 Add to Shelf
Packwood letter to the Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force regarding the Endangered Species Act. Also includes letters from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Packwood regarding the Endangered Species Act listing of Northern Spotted Owls and the Marbled Murrelet.
Item 883: Resolution 92-6, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution asking that Congress be sure to keep the dollars coming to schools and counties.
Item 884: Resolution 92-5, 1992 Add to Shelf
Requests that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service take into account new information on Northern Spotted Owl populations.
Item 885: An analysis of President Clinton's Forest Plan, 1993 Add to Shelf
Report by three professors on the President's plan.
Item 886: America's Lumber Shortage, 1993 Add to Shelf
Report by Dan Goldy on supply/demand situation for lumber for housing.
Item 887: Legacy and Promise: Oregon's Forests and Wood Products Industry, 1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.12: Numbered Files 888-931, 1990-1994 Add to Shelf
Item 888: Voices in the Forest-Bob Zybach, 1994 Add to Shelf
Evergreen issue devoted to Bob's criticism of the Northwest Forest Plan.
Item 889: The Truth about America's Forests, 1994 Add to Shelf
Special issue of Evergreen giving data on the forests of the U.S.
Item 890: The Great Forest Debate, 1993 Add to Shelf
Undated Evergreen issue on forest conditions.
Item 891: Evergreen Publications, 1994 Add to Shelf
Collection of issues of Evergreen, including 888, 889 and 890.
Item 892: "Thomas defends owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Thomas' defence of a plan to save the Northern Spotted Owl. Includes two other articles from the same issue of the paper.
Item 893: "Bill would ban logging on half of old-growth forests", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on Vento's bill to halt logging in National Forests.
Item 894: "Lawmakers hope to soften owl impact", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Senate President Kitzhaber and others urging the state and federal governments to work together to protect the timber industry and spotted owl.
Item 895: "Science alone must not dictate", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying things other than science must be considered in the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 896: "Reps report: Task force listens", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of legislators meeting with a task force appointed by President Bush.
Item 897: "How the forests look from the air", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial reporting on aerial views of forests.
Item 898: "Task force gets a look at spotted owls", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 899: "Fish and Wildlife approves sales in owl habitat", 1990 Add to Shelf
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approves 912 pending timber sales in Northern Spotted Owl habitat.
Item 900: "Lujan: Congress will decide timber harvest", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Secretary Lujan's opinion on who sets timber harvests on federal land.
Item 901: "Panel Oks timber cut level", 1990 Add to Shelf
House committee adopts a 20 percent reduction in timber sales.
Item 902: "Robertson says only a fraction of old trees left", 1990 Add to Shelf
Forest Service Chief expounds on the amount of old-growth left in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 903: "Federal owl plan lists five points", 1990 Add to Shelf
Secretaries Yeutter and Lujan note five points of concern in developing the owl recovery plan.
Item 904: "Don't scream", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor: Oregonians are the victims of environmental date rape.
Item 905: "Job losses seen in Forest Service", 1990 Add to Shelf
Reports on Forest Services' plans to cut jobs.
Item 906: "Wildlife agency will have final say on timber cuts", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story saying U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will determine cuts.
Item 907: "Biologist: Owl study was once 'a lot of fun'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Forsman's early involvement in Northern Spotted Owl research and the present situation.
Item 908: "Congressman: Impact Unknown", 1990 Add to Shelf
Bob Smith's views on the effects of the owl listing.
Item 909: "Governor: Prevent 'devastation'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Goldschmidt's views on the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 910: "Reason supports owl-plan delay", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial arguing for delay in developing the Northern Spotted Owl plan.
Item 911: "Spotted owl keeps declining, but shows signs of life", 1999 Add to Shelf
News report on a meeting of owl biologists who reviewed the most recent data on the owls.
Item 912: "No one there", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor saying environmentalists are not using federal lands.
Item 913: "House GOP calls owl listing a tragedy", 1990 Add to Shelf
Four articles on the effect of the owl listing on Oregon.
Item 914: "Prof says timber losses can be offset", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on Bob Lee's testimony to the Oregon legislature on effects of the owl listing on people.
Item 915: Letters regarding owl listing, 1990 Add to Shelf
Three letters to the editor regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 916: "Timber dollars vital", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor expressing the effect of a loss of timber dollars on all people.
Item 917: "Economic impact of owl decision to be major, widespread", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article on the impact of the owl listing on Oregon.
Item 918: "Spotted owl declared threatened", 1990 Add to Shelf
Lead story the day the spotted owl was listed.
Item 919: "Cartoonist dreams up spokesbear for loggers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of a Sweet Home resident who developed an icon for loggers.
Item 920: "Timber industry may challenge data in owl case", 1990 Add to Shelf
Industry wants a review of the science behind the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl. Also, article by Governor Goldschmidt expressing concerns about the economy.
Item 921: "Appeals court rules logging OK", 1990 Add to Shelf
9th Circuit court okays a logging job.
Item 922: "BLM's owl protection plan criticized", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of J.W. Thomas' criticism of Bureau of Land Management plans to raise owls.
Item 923: "Jobs no longer top Bush priority", 1990 Add to Shelf
White house rules out weakening the Endangered Species Act.
Item 924: "Owl panel misses deadline", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story about Yeutter and Lujan holding up report to Bush.
Item 925: "State owl rule: More job losses", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial on the impact of the state listing the Northern Spotted Owl on jobs.
Item 926: "Logger hits tree spike, isn't injured", 1990 Add to Shelf
Logger hits spike driven into tree he was cutting. Not injured.
Item 927: "What 'enviros' are really after", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial guessing what environmentalist agenda really is.
Item 928: Oregon's draft analysis of the Northern Spotted Owl listing on the state, 1990 Add to Shelf
Long report by economists on the impact of the spotted owl listing on the state.
Item 929: "Timber set asides for owls to impact Oregon state, local tax revenues", 1990 Add to Shelf
Impact of listing on tax revenues in the state and locally.
Item 930: Dear President Bush, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter from VanLeeuwen to President Bush with facts attached.
Item 931: Thomas Report Impacts, 1990 Add to Shelf
Graphs of data showing proposed cuts including those recommended by the Thomas Report.
Box-Folder 2.13: Numbered Files 932-1024, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 932: "Eco-kamikazes wanted", 1989 Add to Shelf
Article urging those with terminal disease to do a kamikaze act in a forest.
Item 933: "Agency: Concert would disturb owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
U.S. Forest Service refuses to allow a concert near an owl nest.
Item 934: "Of owls and old growth timber", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by DeFazio on owls and timber.
Item 935: Letter to Editors of Indiana papers, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to Editors of Indiana papers asking how the people there would feel if an Oregon Representative introduced legislation to shut down 50 percent of their farms.
Item 936: Letter to Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter telling how owl listing is impacting one family.
Item 937: "Crossbred owl discovered", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report of finding a cross between a Northern Spotted Owl and a Barred Owl.
Item 938: Letter from Republican National Committee, 1990 Add to Shelf
Chairman Atwater writes VanLeeuwen telling her how much Bush is doing to save jobs and owls.
Item 939: "Lawmakers say plan threatens timber jobs", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story about Canadian efforts to export most lumber to U.S.
Item 940: "OSU study suggests old growth, timber production can co-exist", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story about OSU researcher Mike Newton and the compatibility of old-growth structure and timber management.
Item 941: "Loggers who want listing insist request is serious", 1990 Add to Shelf
Loggers ask to be listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Item 942: Estimation of Economic Multipliers for the Oregon Wood Products Industry, 1990 Add to Shelf
Economic analysis of the impact of job loss on Oregon.
Item 943: "Willamette chief: Report would bar 90 percent of logging", 1990 Add to Shelf
Mike Kerrick's estimate of the impact of the Thomas Report.
Item 944: "Interior Secretary changes mind about Endangered Species Act", 1990 Add to Shelf
Secretary Lujan says the Endangered Species Act is okay.
Item 945: "How much old growth is there?", 1990 Add to Shelf
Briefing paper for those going to D.C. to lobby.
Item 946: "It's not immoral to export logs", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial chastising DeFazio for urging ban on export of private timber.
Item 947: "New timber info", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial listing arguments that will or will not work when arguing Northern Spotted Owl issues.
Item 948: Oregon Natural Resources Council information letter, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter giving statistics about old-growth and requesting money.
Item 949: "Ex-worker: Forest Service 'less than honest'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on Jeff DeBonis testimony to the House of Representatives.
Item 950: "Vento drops plan for logging ban", 1990 Add to Shelf
Congressman Vento backs off because Bush Administration won't cooperate in banning logging.
Item 951: "Timber harvest could drop by 20 percent", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report that timber harvest might be cut by 20 percent due to the spotted owl listing.
Item 952: "Lujan: Job losses will be minimized under owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture say that the timber harvest will not really be reduced to save the owl.
Item 953: "Private forests: Mandatory 70 acre owl areas", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on restrictions of cut on private land to protect the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 954: "Environmentalists resume lawsuit", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report that the Sierra Club will file lawsuits to stop logging in three National Forests.
Item 955: "BLM: Plan poses 'reasonable risk' for owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of the Bureau of Land Management's attempt to modify demands made by Thomas to save the owl.
Item 956: "Timber group optimistic after meeting with Lujan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Lujan assures loggers that there will be timber to cut.
Item 957: "Spotted owl issue turning to partisan politics", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of politicians in D.C. arguing over Northern Spotted Owl issues.
Item 958: "Shrinking land base pivotal issue", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out that sufficient timber cannot be produced if land is taken from base.
Item 959: "DeFazio ban on exports would kill tree farmers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Bert Udell on the effect of banning export of private timber.
Item 960: "Court rejects law barring timber suits", 1990 Add to Shelf
Appeals court rules against law barring lawsuits against federal timber harvest.
Item 961: "Governor: Tackle owl issue", 1990 Add to Shelf
Published letter of Mae Yih to Governor Goldschmidt.
Item 962: "Bush: Export ban will cushion blow of owl cutbacks", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of how an export ban will keep more logs in Oregon for mills and thus save jobs.
Item 963: "Options studied in owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on maneuvering in D.C. on owl plan.
Item 964: "Bush accused of dragging feet on owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story regarding Andy Kerr's interpretation of what President Bush is trying to do to save timber jobs and not the owl.
Item 965: "Eight cited in protest over timber", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalists' plans for protesting timber harvests.
Item 966: "Lawmaker: Delays worsen owl's plight", 1990 Add to Shelf
Bruce Vento writes to Lujan to urge speeding up of protection process.
Item 967: "Thomas blasts BLM plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
J.W. Thomas criticizes the Bureau of Land Management plan for timber harvest.
Item 968: "OIA opposes owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Oregonians in Action protest taking 70 acres around owl nests on private land.
Item 969: "No one says, 'Stop!'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying that carrying out the Thomas Plan to save the owl is too extreme. Someone must say 'stop.'
Item 970: "Mixed reception greets D.C. Delegation", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of experiences of delegation to D.C. in support of timber.
Item 971: "Judge blocks timber sales in Umpqua National Forest", 1990 Add to Shelf
Judge Dwyer stopped old-growth cutting.
Item 972: "Sweet Home Ranger District meets Section 318 quota", 1990 Add to Shelf
The 318 sales--Hatfield-Adams amendment--quota is met.
Item 973: "Forest plan calling for level harvest", 1990 Add to Shelf
Umpqua National Forest releases 10-year management plan calling for level timber harvest.
Item 974: "Balanced owl plan support lacking", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter from Senator Hatfield bemoaning the fact that the Senate voted down his proposal for cutting some timber.
Item 975: "Timberman's environmentalist and he's proud to say so", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Jim Sellers on why he works in timber and why he is an environmentalist.
Item 976: "Pressures of timber crisis can be eased with help from area agencies", 1990 Add to Shelf
A professional psychologist suggests ways to cope.
Item 977: "Senate rejects plea for balance on spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Packwood's report on senate vote on timber supply.
Item 978: "15-year logging increase forecast on private lands", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report by researcher who says private harvest will increase, but to look out in 2006.
Item 979: "Letter to Governor Goldschmidt", 1988 Add to Shelf
Plea to Governor to check Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife commission to see if they followed the law in listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 980: Letter from director of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen saying U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service did all the right things in listing the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 981: "Activists 'adopt' old growth trees", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of environmentalists adopting patches of old-growth to watch over.
Item 982: "President backs cuts in logging", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Bush's support for reducing cut in Pacific Northwest National Forests.
Item 983: "Owl fight shifting to Endangered Species Act", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of plans to attack the Endangered Species Act now that the task force has suggested a reduction in timber sales.
Item 984: "Battle over owl forces agency to see forest through trees", 1990 Add to Shelf
Description of a new program to be used to manage forests.
Item 985: "Suit filed to halt Elk river timber sale", 1990 Add to Shelf
Suit to stop sales on the Siskiyou National Forest.
Item 986: "Hatfield tells panel: Abandon industry plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 987: "Send 'working hands' to George", 1990 Add to Shelf
Describes plan to send drawings of workers hands to President.
Item 988: "Save People, Not Owls", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial copied from May issue of Oregon Business Magazine urging that people be protected.
Item 989: Letter from Lujan, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen saying not to worry about the listing of the owl. All will be taken care of. See 993.
Item 990: Forest Plan revision, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter from Kerrick to public explaining the changes in the Willamette National Forest plan regarding Northern Spotted Owls.
Item 991: "Once housing slump ends, owl still looms", 1990 Add to Shelf
Article reporting the number of short term layoffs at mills due to price decline in lumber.
Item 992: Timber harvest sparks hot debate, 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial supporting multiple use management by a hunting organization.
Item 993: Letter to Lujan, 1990 Add to Shelf
Urges Lujan to hold evidentiary hearing before Northern Spotted Owl is listed. See 989.
Item 994: Yih and VanLeeuwen seek support for owl hearing, 1990 Add to Shelf
News release urging an evidentiary hearing on listing of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 995: Dear Elected Official, 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 996: Dear Representative VanLeeuwen, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter pleading for common sense in land use planning and owl protection. He is losing his lifetime retirement investment.
Item 997: "NW lawmakers urge plan to compensate job loss due to owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of maneuvering in D.C. to save some jobs
Item 998: "Owl plan represents new philosophy", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 999: "More Democrats criticize old-growth plank", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of battle in Democratic party over a plank banning old-growth harvest.
Item 1000: Letter to Governor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Long letter asking Governor all sorts of questions about his support of timber jobs.
Item 1001: "Many await owl report due out Wednesday", 1990 Add to Shelf
Associated Press story from D.C. on imminent Thomas Report, and DeBonis' group urging a halt to old-growth harvesting.
Item 1002: "Groups: 65 Percent of sales of timber violate owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists criticize timber sales.
Item 1003: "AG's owl response looks too legalistic", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying AG Frohnmayer's arguments are too legalistic. More politics.
Item 1004: "Democrats blast platform plank", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of intra-Democratic party argument about cutting old-growth.
Item 1005: "President said to be eyeing log export ban", 1990 Add to Shelf
D.C. discussion as to whether Bush will ban log exports.
Item 1006: "Prices rise after owl report", 1990 Add to Shelf
Lumber and plywood prices increase after owl announcement.
Item 1007: "Angry Democrats find its too late to change", 1990 Add to Shelf
People trying to change registration after Democratic plank on old-growth is passed.
Item 1008: "Little rejects logging platform", 1990 Add to Shelf
Candidate Little (v.s. VanLeeuwen) disavows old-growth plank.
Item 1009: "Show of support", 1990 Add to Shelf
Picture of a supporting slogan in Lebanon Auto window.
Item 1010: "Thoughts about the northern spotted owl uproar", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece about the spotted owl controversy.
Item 1011: "What do I think?", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor pointing out the impact of reduced timber harvest on all sorts of people.
Item 1012: "Owl estimate important--it's from governor", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying the Governor's estimate of job losses is important news.
Item 1013: Editorials regarding Northern Spotted Owl listing effects, 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorials from Pendleton and Klamath Falls regarding the Northern Spotted Owl and timber issues.
Item 1014: "Spotted owl report brings heated discussion", 1990 Add to Shelf
News release from VanLeeuwen pointing out issues with the Thomas report.
Item 1015: "Plywood mill shuts down Thursday", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of mill closing due to lack of orders for plywood.
Item 1016: "Forest Service debates exporting of Northwest sawed timbers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on complex issue of what can and cannot be exported in the way of logs, lumber, and timbers.
Item 1017: Northern Spotted Owl, 1990 Add to Shelf
Description of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1018: "Rule changes sought for litigation of federal timber cutting plans", 1990 Add to Shelf
A piece by Packwood describing legislation he had introduced.
Item 1019: "Hatfield decries 'single issue thinking'", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 1020: Letter to Editors, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter urging readers to keep up pressures.
Item 1021: "ONRC solicitation letter very revealing", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial examining the solicitation letter from the Oregon Natural Resources Council and its impact on Lebanon and the forest industry.
Item 1022: Letters to Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Two letters chastising an earlier letter and defending loggers.
Item 1023: Letters to the Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
More letters defending loggers.
Item 1024: Letters to editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several letters defending loggers.
Box-Folder 2.14: Numbered File 1025: Legislative Task Force Folder, 1989 Add to Shelf
Collection of notes and hand-outs from several LTF meetings in 1989 and 1990.
Box-Folder 2.15: Numbered Files 1026-1109, 1986-1990 Add to Shelf
Item 1026: "Saving owl seen threat to schools", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of concerns that legislators have regarding effect of reduced timber dollars on schools.
Item 1027: Letters to Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several letters on all sides of the Northern Spotted Owl issue.
Item 1028: "Reps: Officials withholding information on owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story from D.C. regarding who is releasing what information when and where.
Item 1029: "This plank doesn't fit", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter from Carl Hosticka, Majority leader, telling of machinations regarding the old-growth cutting ban plank in the Democratic platform.
Item 1030: "Earth First! Mentality", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial on Earth First! activities.
Item 1031: "Demos stick to call for logging ban", 1990 Add to Shelf
Democrats stick to logging ban.
Item 1032: "Study: Owl impact will hit mid-valley hard", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of state report on effect of the Thomas plan on the mid-valley.
Item 1033: "OSU suggests timber cuts to sustain future harvest", 1989 Add to Shelf
Story of update of Beuter report by Sessions and Gerber.
Item 1034: "Umpqua to sell timber in owl preserves", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of a proposed timber sale in Umpqua National Forest.
Item 1035: "Last log train to haul final load", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story from Klamath Falls about last logging train quitting.
Item 1036: "Three mills closing down in mid-valley", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of mill closings.
Item 1037: Letters to the Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several letters regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1038: Letters to Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letters regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1039: "BLM may change panel's owl plan", 1990 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management considering a less drastic plan to save owl.
Item 1040: "Job losses may be worse than predicted, Smith says", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Representative Denny Smith's concerns about the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 1041: "AuCoin: Plan could trigger a recession", 1990 Add to Shelf
Representative AuCoin concerned that the Northern Spotted Owl plan could trigger a recession.
Item 1042: "A good forest idea", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial support of idea of Representative Denny Smith to set aside a forest resource areas in National Forests.
Item 1043: "Now it's about the owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Thoughtful editorial about the development of the owl problem.
Item 1044: "Timber-supply crisis frustrating for lawmakers", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of frustrating attempts by congressmen to fix the timber situation.
Item 1045: "Export debate just a diversion", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out that debate on exports avoids the issue of the use of federal land for economic development.
Item 1046: "Letters to Barnette and Robertson", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letters with questions about decisions and positions regarding federal land management.
Item 1047: "What's the purpose of National Forests?", 1990 Add to Shelf
Item 1048: "Preserving corn", 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor suggesting that Oregonians join in preservation of old-growth corn.
Item 1049: "US report: Plan to save owl carries big price tag", 1990 Add to Shelf
Headline story of the impact of the owl plan on the Oregon economy.
Item 1050: "Environmental terrorists spike trees for publicity", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial discussing a letter received by paper announcing spiking of trees on federal land.
Item 1051: NFRC Reports, 1990 Add to Shelf
Several pieces on the Northern Spotted Owl problem
Item 1052: "Bush cites 'human equation' in debate over spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Several stories about Bush's visit to Portland.
Item 1053: Packwood letter on log exports, 1990 Add to Shelf
Packwood report on legislation banning federal log exports and allowing states to do the same.
Item 1054: VanLeeuwen news release, 1990 Add to Shelf
Report on visit with Bush in Portland.
Item 1055: "Saving owl seen threat to schools", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of impact of owl listing on school funding. Also, story on Kopetski and Smith on the owl problem.
Item 1056: Warren Brooks Op-Ed, 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece showing that despite the rhetoric, the forests in the U.S. are in pretty good condition.
Item 1057: "Fairness in Forest Management", 1990 Add to Shelf
One page ad urging people to write to Congress and bureaucrats urging fairness in management.
Item 1058: "Bush and spotted owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Editorial urging Bush to keep away from the Northern Spotted Owl issue.
Item 1059: "Lujan aide says no decision yet on owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Lujan's frustration with the Endangered Species Act.
Item 1060: "Roberts presents plan for timber crisis", 1990 Add to Shelf
Roberts' solution for timber crisis if owl is listed.
Item 1061: Letter to constituent, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letter from Hatfield to Pope and Talbot about Thomas report.
Item 1062: State Forester's analysis of Northern Spotted Owl impact, 1990 Add to Shelf
An economic analysis of impact of listing the Northern Spotted Owl on Oregon.
Item 1063: Emergency Board Funding, 1990 Add to Shelf
Plan to use $500,000 for studying National Forest Planning and to support timber dependent communities.
Item 1064: "Work to protect people and owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece attacking Packwood for his efforts to stop the Endangered Species Act and owl listing.
Item 1065: "Panel recommends reduction of logging to save owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of Thomas Committee report.
Item 1066: "Thousands rally to protect timber jobs", 1990 Add to Shelf
Entire section on timber issues.
Item 1067: "BLM managers study impacts of owl report", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on analysis of impact of Thomas Report on Bureau of Land Management cut.
Item 1068: Representative Denny Smith on owls, 1990 Add to Shelf
Letters and news releases by Representative Smith on owl issues.
Item 1069: "Owl issue halts work", 1990 Add to Shelf
Governor Goldschmidt halts work on plans until the owl issue is resolved.
Item 1070: "Poll shows Oregonians deeply split over owl", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story saying that the majority of people favor jobs over owls.
Item 1071: "Missteps can cause politicians extra trips", 1990 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece on Governor race between Roberts and Frohnmayer and their stances on the owl report.
Item 1072: Critique of Thomas Report, 1990 Add to Shelf
Chris West's analysis of the impact of the Thomas Plan.
Item 1073: "The dirty secret behind effort to save California condor", 1990 Add to Shelf
Alston Chase piece on California condor and the duplicity of Audubon and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 1074: "A tale of deception", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on the use of the owl to stop the timber harvest.
Item 1075: Hatfield-Adams: The Aftermath, 1989 Add to Shelf
Story on Representative Bob Smith's views of the situation on amendment. Also a story by Greg Miller on the management of Rouge River National Forest and reduced cut.
Item 1076: "Forest Plan out: 25 percent cut reduction", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story on Willamette National Forest management plan.
Item 1077: "Giving a hoot!", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of a private company trying to survey owls on its own land.
Item 1078: "Roberts: timber sector must adjust", 1990 Add to Shelf
Story of candidate Roberts' views on the Northern Spotted Owl and timber industry.
Item 1079: "Forced to choose: For birds or people?", 1986 Add to Shelf
Editorial discussing jobs or birds dilemma.
Item 1080: "Saving owl could cost billions, jobs", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story from Woods Hole regarding saving owl and old-growth.
Item 1081: "Can have both", 1986 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor pointing out defects in the assessment that the owl is in trouble.
Item 1082: "F.S. proposal would protect spotted owl", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story that cut in the Pacific Northwest might be reduced 5 percent to save owl.
Item 1083: "Spotted owl to cost jobs, increase taxes", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story on set aside in Sweet Home Ranger District to save the owl.
Item 1084: "Cutting Trees, Losing forests", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story of the impact of Forest Service planning on timber harvest.
Item 1085: VanLeeuwen testimony at House of Representative hearing, 1986 Add to Shelf
Copy of testimony to a house subcommittee on federal land management.
Item 1086: "Jazz artist performs at protest", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story of jazz artist performing at a protest of old-growth logging.
Item 1087: "Owl plan would cut Northwest timber harvest", 1986 Add to Shelf
Story that Forest Service plan to save owl will result in a 5 percent reduction in timber harvest.
Item 1089: "Spotted owls not all in old-growth", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of Northern Spotted Owls living in secondary growth in Rogue River National Forest.
Item 1090: "Loss of timber money means tax hike for SH schools", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story on the tax increases necessary to offset loss of timber money from the Forest Service.
Item 1091: "Forest plan may change, speaker tells group here", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story of hopeful report by Ann Hanus, state economist, that Willamette National Forest will change its plan and help people.
Item 1092: "'Let's Get a Rope'--The Public response to National Forest Planning", 1988 Add to Shelf
National forest land is being set aside for everything except jobs.
Item 1093: "Judge calls spotted owl decision capricious", 1988 Add to Shelf
Federal Judge says U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decision not to designate the Northern Spotted Owl as endangered was capricious.
Item 1094: Spotted Owls in second-growth timber ruled 'surplus' by USFS", 1987 Add to Shelf
Article by Bruce Engel reporting that harvest in secondary growth can go forward because owls aren't supposed to be in it.
Item 1095: "Spotted owl can't survive if trees cut, says speaker", 1988 Add to Shelf
Charles Meslow says Northern Spotted Owls can't survive if all old-growth is cut.
Item 1096: "Oregon's 1987 timber harvest: 8.2 billion bd. ft.", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report showing timber harvest by year in Oregon.
Item 1097: "Task Force to seek limit on acreage for spotted owl", 1988 Add to Shelf
Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force trying to get Congress to lower acreage for spotted owl nests.
Item 1098: "Owl habitats scrutinized", 1988 Add to Shelf
U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to coordinate Northern Spotted Owl research. Spotted owls are found in old-growth forests.
Item 1099: "Hatfield: Balance needed in old-growth logging fight", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report of Hatfield's speech to an environmental group.
Item 1100: "Agencies join forces to protect spotted owl", 1988 Add to Shelf
Four federal agencies (USFWS, NPS, BLM and USFS) will coordinate research and management.
Item 1101: "Court allows timber sales", 1988 Add to Shelf
A three judge panel allows harvest beyond 2.1 miles from owl nesting site.
Item 1102: "Tree spiking frustrating for both sides", 1988 Add to Shelf
The Bureau of Land Management has had trees due for harvest spiked by environmentalists.
Item 1103: "House votes to reduce federal timber sales", 1988 Add to Shelf
House of Representatives subcommittee votes to reduce sales of timber from National Forests.
Item 1104: "BLM warns owl fight will sharply reduce state's timber supply", 1988 Add to Shelf
The Bureau of Land Management talks straight regarding timber supply.
Item 1105: "BLM finds 89 spiked trees in southern Oregon", 1988 Add to Shelf
The Bureau of Land Management reports on extensive tree spiking by environmentalists.
Item 1106: "Holding the preservationists accountable", 1988 Add to Shelf
Jim Petersen's editorial on an encounter between a young logger and Norm Johnson in Roseburg.
Item 1107: "Forest plan's goal should be balance", 1988 Add to Shelf
Editorial arguing for balance in planning for protection and timber production.
Item 1108: "Court halts some timber sales", 1988 Add to Shelf
Report of success of environmental organization getting 9th circuit to halt timber sales.
Item 1109: "County officials worried over impact of logging ban", 1988 Add to Shelf
Local politicos worried that they will lose timber money.
Box-Folder 2.16: Numbered Files 1110-1154, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
Item 1110: "ONRC letter for support", 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter asking people to support the Oregon Natural Resources Council's effort to save old-growth.
Item 1111: Rhyme of the Ancient Forester, 1988 Add to Shelf
Poem by Gordon Ross is a take-off on the Lament of the Ancient Mariner, but about the passing of the old forester. Dates are guesses.
Item 1112: Letter to Secretary Babbit, 1993 Add to Shelf
Plea to Babbit for balance in use of federal land.
Item 1113: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter from planner with acreages of land allocated for different purposes.
Item 1114: The Family Forest Plan, 1988 Add to Shelf
Review of Umpqua National Forest plan. Good interview with Larry Davis.
Item 1115: "A clearcut alternative?" Comment on Willamette National Forest plan, 1988 Add to Shelf
Oregon Natural Resources Council's objections to the Willamette National Forest Plan as published.
Item 1116: "A timber faller talks about tree spikers", 1988 Add to Shelf
An interview with Mark Keiser, timber faller, about felling spiked trees and the dangers.
Item 1117: "In pursuit of excellence: C. Wylie Smith", 1988 Add to Shelf
Story on Wylie Smith, survivor of Coos Bay Company that once cut 1 bd. ft. per day in its mills.
Item 1118: "The real meaning of Christmas", 1988 Add to Shelf
Issue devoted to people in the forest industry and all they do to support their communities.
Item 1119: Letter to VanLeeuwen regarding National Forest plans, 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter from Fred Dunlap, Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture, on forest planning process. Designed to placate the views VanLeeuwen had expressed.
Item 1120: Letter to VanLeeuwen from Regional Forester, 1988 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen from Regional Forester designed to placate her regarding National Forest plans and Northern Spotted Owl issues.
Item 1121: "Influence of Habitat Abundance and Fragmentation on Northern Spotted Owls in Western Oregon" and "The Truth About America's Forest", 1992 Add to Shelf
Issue devoted to MacCleery's data and Hatfield's views on old-growth. Date of publication guessed.
Item 1122: Letter to Lujan and God Squad, 1992 Add to Shelf
Protesting the idea that there is no need for federal timber sales.
Item 1123: Oregon Forestry Index, 1991 Add to Shelf
Flyer describing forest conditions in Oregon with lots of statistics.
Item 1124: Timber Dependent Communities Report, 1991 Add to Shelf
Report from task force to identify timber dependent communities in Oregon.
Item 1125: "Commentary misses impact of owl plan", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial commenting on the Northern Spotted Owl recovery plan.
Item 1126: Memo to VanLeeuwen from B.B. Stout, 1992 Add to Shelf
Reports on draft recovery plan of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1127: "An Endangered Species Blueprint", 1992 Add to Shelf
Articles on the Endangered Species Act.
Item 1128: "Oregon Representative predicts bright future under Clinton", 1992 Add to Shelf
Article reporting DeFazio's views on Bill Clinton's election.
Item 1129: "Region's senators find agreement on log-export ban", 1990 Add to Shelf
On-going argument over exports from government land.
Item 1130: "Packwood breaks from pack; Washington senators irked", 1990 Add to Shelf
Senator Packwood tries a different tack on the raw-log export question.
Item 1131: "Court ignores the Takings Clause", 1995 Add to Shelf
James J. Kilpatrick piece on the Sweet Home case and court ruling.
Item 1132: "Ruling serves owl issue into Congress' court", 1995 Add to Shelf
Story of Supreme Court's action regarding harm in the Endangered Species Act language.
Item 1133: Testimony of Benjamin B. Stout on FEMAT plan, 1993 Add to Shelf
Testimony at a public hearing in Salem on FEMAT.
Item 1134: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1993 Add to Shelf
Rick Fletcher's views of #9 on Siuslaw National Forest.
Item 1135: "O&C lands today: Breach of promise", 1993 Add to Shelf
Editorial on management of O&C lands under Option 9.
Item 1136: Letter to President Clinton, 1993 Add to Shelf
Expression of dismay at Option 9.
Item 1137: "Bush targets land for development", 1992 Add to Shelf
President Bush says that more than half of Bureau of Land Management land is not worth a wilderness designation and should be managed.
Item 1138: "BLM Director: Plan leads way to 'ecosystem-based' program", 1992 Add to Shelf
State Director says the Bureau of Land Management is leading the way in ecosystem management.
Item 1139: "BLM takes great care in its view of environmental issues", 1992 Add to Shelf
Van Manning's defence of Bureau of Land Management actions.
Item 1140: "BLM reports rise in spotted owlets", 1993 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management finds more owls.
Item 1141: "The O&C Sustained Yield Act of 1937", 1993 Add to Shelf
History of O&C lands and their good management.
Item 1142: "Senator: Lujan telling panel to violate law", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story from D.C. stating that Senator Mitchell is sure Secretary Lujan is telling the Northern Spotted Owl panel to violate law.
Item 1143: "Lujan forming new owl panel", 1992 Add to Shelf
Lujan asking for panel to protect workers as well as the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1144: "OSU takes part in $4.6 million study", 1991 Add to Shelf
New research on Northern Spotted Owl funded.
Item 1145: "Logging need not be banned, bureau says", 1991 Add to Shelf
Secretary Jamison thinks logging and owls can co-exist.
Item 1146: Social Impacts of Alternative Timber Harvest Reductions on Federal Lands in O&C Counties, 1991 Add to Shelf
Report to O&C Counties on impact of reduced timber harvest on O&C land to save the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1147: Closures/Cutbacks--Lumber, 1992 Add to Shelf
Listing of mill closures with reason beginning in 1988.
Item 1148: "An Untimely Obituary", 1992 Add to Shelf
Commentary written as an obituary for communities in the region affected by Option 9 of the President's plan.
Item 1149: "Bill would weaken Species Act", 1993 Add to Shelf
Report on Representative Bob Smith's attempt to change the Endangered Species Act.
Item 1150: "DeFazio drafts interim guidelines for forests", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of attempt by DeFazio to write interim rules for forest management until a plan is in place.
Item 1151: "DeFazio eyes compromise in forest bill", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of DeFazio's attempt to write plans for federal land until final plan is in place.
Item 1152: "Packwood blasts environmentalists", 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on a Packwood speech in Joseph.
Item 1153: "The ESA - People should count!", 1994 Add to Shelf
Packwood's ideas about revising the Endangered Species Act.
Item 1154: "Wildlife Agency rescinds spotted owl guidelines", 1992 Add to Shelf
News release from D.C. reporting on action by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 3.1: Numbered Files 1155-1205, 1988-1994 Add to Shelf
Item 1155: "In the Enlightened Forest", 1992 Add to Shelf
Annual 91-92 Evergreen issue with lots of quotes and data on forests.
Item 1156: Spotted owl inventory and monitoring summary, 1991 Add to Shelf
Table of data on owl population in 1989 and 1990.
Item 1157: "'God Squad' hearing concludes quietly", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of Endangered Species Committee hearing in Portland. Loggers went home.
Item 1158: "'Ologists' leave this logging family confused", 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor expressing confusion about all the 'ologists' and their opinions.
Item 1159: "Logging advocates testify only in writing", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of Endangered Species Committee hearing in Roseburg on the Northern Spotted Owl listing.
Item 1160: "Agency releases preferred owl plan", 1992 Add to Shelf
Report on impact of preferred plan for Northern Spotted Owl preservation on jobs.
Item 1161: "Biologist: Spotted owls can live in 40-year old trees", 1992 Add to Shelf
J.W. Thomas testifies before Endangered Species Committee on how the Northern Spotted Owl can use less than old-growth to live.
Item 1162: "A misleading report on timber sale costs", 1988 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out questionable accounting practices in examining U.S. Forest Service timber sale costs.
Item 1163: "Thomas admits destroying spotted owl documents", 1994 Add to Shelf
Thomas reports in an affidavit that he destroyed correspondence developed in the process of preparing the Northwest Plan.
Item 1164: "Panel Oks funds for NW forest plan", 1994 Add to Shelf
Senate Appropriations Committee allocates funds for Northwest Forest Plan.
Item 1165: The Northern Spotted Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
Report to constituents on the Northern Spotted Owl history of listing, etc.
Item 1166: Letter to American Hunter Magazine, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter expressing dismay that the National Rifle Association is becoming preservationist.
Item 1167: Letter to constituents, 1991 Add to Shelf
Report listing signed bills from legislature to help timber towns and workers.
Item 1168: "Jamison lays out plan", 1991 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management Director tells of plans for managing BLM lands for timber and owl preservation.
Item 1169: New Owl/Timber Project Proposed, 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of DeFazio and AuCoin suggesting a way out of owl/timber gridlock.
Item 1170: "Your Forests: Slated for Slaughter", 1992 Add to Shelf
Special edition of Forest Voice designed to raise support for stopping timber harvest on federal land.
Item 1171: "Our government causes despair. Forest closure leads to more social disorder", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial drawing on L.A. Times story of social problems in timber towns.
Item 1172: "Does anyone care if loggers starve?", 1991 Add to Shelf
Reprint of Kansas editorial on the impact of the Northern Spotted Owl on loggers.
Item 1173: "Forest community act is a step in right direction", 1991 Add to Shelf
Copy of Daily Journal of Commerce commenting on a bill submitted by four Democrats in Congress to solve timber/owl problem in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 1174: "Uh-oh. Spotted owl losses are hitting federal workers, too", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial on lost U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management jobs due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1175: "'It's a real catch 22' for timber families", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial Op-Ed piece on families in Oakridge.
Item 1176: Private Property Rights, 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of attempt by environmentalists to stop timber harvest on private land to protect the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1177: "Owl recovery plan is no feather in the hat of Oregon's economy", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial on the impact of the recovery plan on Oregon's economy.
Item 1178: "Roberts: I'm not the enemy", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of Governor Robert's view of timber/owl situation.
Item 1179: "Jamison: God Squad meeting was mistake", 1993 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management director says politics got involved with politics.
Item 1180: "Letter to Governor Goldschmidt", 1988 Add to Shelf
Series of three letters protesting Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife listing of the Northern Spotted Owl on state list and its impact.
Item 1181: State of Oregon Response to Northern Spotted Owl Critical Habitat Designation, 1991 Add to Shelf
Planning team's response to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service designation of critical habitat for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1182: "Groups say Bush lobbied God Squad", 1993 Add to Shelf
9th Circuit orders new hearing on whether or not President Bush lobbied the God Squad regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1183: Letter to God Squad Members, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letters to members of the God Squad expressing concerns.
Item 1184: "God Squad to open owl talks", 1991 Add to Shelf
God Squad to begin hearings in D.C. on the Northern Spotted Owl and economy in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 1185: "'God Squad' aide speaks on owl plan", 1992 Add to Shelf
Norm Johnson speaks in Corvallis regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1186: "History supports sales of O&C timber", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial supporting Bureau of Land Management timber sales.
Item 1187: "'God Squad' hears from biologist", 1992 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management biologist speaks about 50-11-40 rule.
Item 1188: "'God Squad' allows logging", 1992 Add to Shelf
God Squad overrides the Endangered Species Act and votes to allow some logging on a few acres of Bureau of Land Management land in Oregon. Lists members of God Squad.
Item 1189: "Environmentalists angered by ruling", 1992 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists angered because the God Squad voted to allow some logging on Bureau of Land Management land.
Item 1190: Jim Jontz file, 1992 Add to Shelf
Correspondence and other material regarding Representative Jontz from Indiana and his Northern Spotted Owl stance.
Item 1191: Letter from Kenops, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letters to VanLeeuwen and Yih regarding timber supply from the Willamette National Forest for mill at Halsey.
Item 1192: Letters to VanLeeuwen from Klamath Basin, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letters from Klamath Basin folks asking that they, too, be considered in Endangered Species Act listings and rules.
Item 1193: "Senators: New plan for owl may save jobs.", 1992 Add to Shelf
Report from D.C. stating that three senators may have worked a deal to save some jobs by cutting some Bureau of Land Management timber.
Item 1194: Timber industry employment data, 1992 Add to Shelf
Gives data for Linn County and the State regarding timber industry employment over time.
Item 1195: Save the planet, Sacrifice the People, 1991 Add to Shelf
Paper by Edward C. Krug, soil scientist, debunking the acid rain story and pointing out how environmentalists work.
Item 1196: "County gets less from U.S. Forests", 1993 Add to Shelf
Story on reduced income to county due to reduced timber harvest.
Item 1197: "Congress OKs funds to help timber towns", 1993 Add to Shelf
Story of how Clinton hopes to cushion loss of timber revenue to local communities.
Item 1198: "Environment wins over common sense", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial lamenting the fact that environment is more important than people/common sense.
Item 1199: "Shifting the blame for forest shutdown", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial relating how Democrats and Republicans are shifting blame for forest problems
Item 1200: "The indictment: Forests despoiled", 1992 Add to Shelf
Fund raising letter. Contains the logic for the only 5 percent left figure.
Item 1201: "Bob Zybach--Voices in the Forest", 1994 Add to Shelf
Copy devoted largely to an interview of Bob by Jim Peterson on the FEMAT report and the President's plan.
Item 1202: Delist the Northern Spotted Owl, 1993 Add to Shelf
Letter to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife from Yellow Ribbon Coalition to delist the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1203: "Olympic Spotted Owl reanalysis underway", 1994 Add to Shelf
Articles on the Northern Spotted Owl in this issue of Industrial magazine.
Item 1204: "Nearly 1,000 owls counted on forest", 1991 Add to Shelf
Report on owl count in the Willamette National Forest.
Item 1205: "Owl effort faces new obstacle", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story that President Bush is lowering protection of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 3.2: Numbered Files 1206-1319, 1988-2003 Add to Shelf
Item 1206: Resolutions on the Northern Spotted Owl by the Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution asks U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to look at new owl data and revisit its listing decision.
Item 1207: Letter to Representative Jontz, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter to Jontz from Yih trying to convince him to back off from his stance on forest management of federal land.
Item 1208: "Court hears arguments over owl", 1991 Add to Shelf
Argument over extent of protection of a species by the Endangered Species Act.
Item 1209: "Packwood, Aucoin spar over measure on logging", 1991 Add to Shelf
Argument over the impact of a bill by AuCoin to solve federal land management problems.
Item 1210: "'Standing up' for timber families?", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial taking AuCoin and DeFazio to task for their "help" for families hurt by timber harvest reductions.
Item 1211: "Lawmakers call for adjustment in timber harvesting", 1992 Add to Shelf
Two Washington representatives want to lengthen rotations on federal land.
Item 1212: "Lawmakers blast Bush for handling of owl situation", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story out of D.C. on criticism of Bush on Northwest forest matters.
Item 1213: "Straight Talk about Timber", 1992 Add to Shelf
Kopetski's letter to Oregonians about his solution to the timber crisis.
Item 1214: "We don't buy Service's job loss excuses", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial contesting U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service assertions about the real reason for job losses in timber.
Item 1215: Letter to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1991 Add to Shelf
Letter protesting setting aside more land as critical habitat for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1216: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen explaining how the listing process works.
Item 1217: "Professor, state rep question owl science", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of VanLeeuwen and Benjamin B. Stout questioning the Northern Spotted Owl listing and supporting data.
Item 1218: "VanLeeuwen disputes owl report", 1992 Add to Shelf
Reprint of VanLeeuwen's letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1219: "Weird science or what?", 1993 Add to Shelf
Editorial pointing out strange reasoning process for listing the Northern Spotted Owl and subsequent actions by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 1220: "S. Home Ranger District to cut 12 jobs", 1994 Add to Shelf
Story reporting effect of Clinton plan on the number of employees in the Sweet Home Ranger District.
Item 1221: "Congressman warns against allowing input from group", 1994 Add to Shelf
Story of Representative Bob Smith's complaint about Jim Lyons telling the U.S. Forest Service to clear timber sales with the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Item 1222: "Judge OKs Clinton's forest plan", 1994 Add to Shelf
Report of court action which gives okay to forest plan.
Item 1223: The Forest Conference Participants, 1993 Add to Shelf
List of people who participated in the Forest Conference.
Item 1224: "I cannot repeal the laws of change", 1993 Add to Shelf
Extensive report on Forest Conference held in Portland.
Item 1225: Log jam at the Summit, 1993 Add to Shelf
Extensive coverage of the Forest Summit.
Item 1226: "Clinton orders quick action", 1993 Add to Shelf
More coverage of the Forest Summit.
Item 1227: Forest Summit meeting package, 1993 Add to Shelf
Several documents handed out at the Forest Summit.
Item 1228: "Thomas named forest chief", 1993 Add to Shelf
Report on J.W. Thomas being named Chief of the Forest Service.
Item 1229: Letter to VanLeeuwen, 1994 Add to Shelf
Letter to VanLeeuwen from Rolf Anderson regarding Record of Decision on management matters on Pacific Northwest National Forests, with attached news release.
Item 1230: Letter to Sweet Home Ranger District Ranger, 1994 Add to Shelf
Letter to Rolf Anderson expressing frustration at the way the district is being lead.
Item 1231: Resolution 92-2 on forest research in spotted owl areas, 1992 Add to Shelf
Resolution seeking research that might lead to some timber harvest in or near owl areas.
Item 1232: History of O&C Lands, 1988 Add to Shelf
Summary of O&C lands history.
Item 1233: "Timber sales ruling spreads additional legislative chaos", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial lamenting Judge Dwyer's ruling on Forest Service timber sales.
Item 1234: "Administration backs Northwest timber bill", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of Bush administration support for a bill to free up some timber sales on National Forest land in the Pacific Northwest. Quotes Beuter.
Item 1235: "Some seek total ban on logging", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story on environmental organizations trying to stop all logging on federal land.
Item 1236: "Researchers say owls living in young timber", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of National Council for Air and Stream Improvement researchers and their findings of where some owls are living.
Item 1237: "Agency: Owl minor issue in job losses", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service saying job losses in timber are not due to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1238: "Scientists: Dramatic logging cuts needed", 1991 Add to Shelf
Panel recommends several alternatives for Pacific Northwest forests, with reduced harvest preferred.
Item 1239: "Senate race may affect compromise on timber", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of timber issue and its influence on the Packwood-Aucoin race for Packwood's seat in the Senate.
Item 1240: "Albany businessman revisits logging camps of old", 1991 Add to Shelf
Don Wimer's story of visiting camps where he lived as a child.
Item 1241: "A year later: Sales more rare than owl", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of the impact of listing the Northern Spotted Owl on timber sales on federal land.
Item 1242: "Congressman blasts U.S. Forest Service's spotted owl proposal", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of DeFazio's displeasure with Forest Service spotted owl plans.
Item 1243: "Preferred owl plan cuts logging in half", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of Forest Service's plans to cut logging to preserve the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1244: "Number of owls appears to grow", 1991 Add to Shelf
Editorial remarking on apparent increase in the number of spotted owls.
Item 1245: "Gorton was reluctant to back owl plan", 1991 Add to Shelf
Senator Gorton backed a plan for logging because it was the lesser of several evils.
Item 1246: "Few attend hearing on owl", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of few people turning up for a hearing on the draft Environmental Impact Statement that Judge Dwyer required.
Item 1247: "Official: Forest plan 'critical test'", 1993 Add to Shelf
Story of Jim Lyons promoting the Forest Plan.
Item 1248: "Land set aside proposals hard to believe", 1991 Add to Shelf
Jim Sellers testimony at a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hearing in Medford.
Item 1249: "Timber sales dip to lowest level since '53", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of how little timber is being sold by the federal government.
Item 1250: "Lebanon on aid list, will seek state grant", 1991 Add to Shelf
Story of Lebanon being left off list of timber-dependent communities and how it got back on and will seek aid.
Item 1251: "Judge to hear evidence related to owl proceedings", 1992 Add to Shelf
Judge rules that supporters can present testimony to "God Squad" hearings on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1252: "Biologist's meetings criticized at hearing", 1992 Add to Shelf
Industry attorney attacks Jack Ward Thomas for meeting with environmental representatives.
Item 1253: "Protect our loggers same way as livestock", 1992 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor pleading that loggers be protected from the Northern Spotted Owl the way livestock is based on killing of a bear that might injure the livestock.
Item 1254: "Agency head: Protect owl, minimize job losses", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of Turner's testimony before the God Squad.
Item 1255: "Governor criticized for comments on owl", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of Governor Roberts getting flack for saying the God Squad should not let the Bureau of Land Management cut timber.
Item 1256: "Court upholds bans on logging challenges", 1992 Add to Shelf
Item 1257: "Natural resource control will change our society", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial lamenting the fact that many people do not understand where wood for houses, food, etc. comes from.
Item 1258: "Senators propose forest bill", 1992 Add to Shelf
Adams and Leary introduce bill to ban logging on federal land in the Pacific Northwest.
Item 1259: "Owl team hears from loggers", 1992 Add to Shelf
Testimony to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at a hearing in Roseburg by loggers saying they are more important than owls.
Item 1260: "Lawmakers spar over Endangered Species Act", 1992 Add to Shelf
Aucoin (D) and Chandler (R) argue over the Endangered Species Act and its implementation.
Item 1261: "16 more arrested in forest protest", 1992 Add to Shelf
Report of arrests in Washington for destruction of government property.
Item 1262: "Make groups pay for stopping timber sales", 1993 Add to Shelf
Letter to editor urging that laws be changed so that people who stop timber sales can be charged for the losses to people.
Item 1263: "Oregon woodlot owners rushing to log their land", 1994 Add to Shelf
Story of how Non-Industrial Private Forest owners are stepping up timber harvest for fear of not being able to cut later.
Item 1264: Timber under contract, 1999 Add to Shelf
Most recent data on timber under contract.
Item 1265: "Forest plan oversight", 1999 Add to Shelf
Report on a hearing in Medford on whether or not the forest plan is working.
Item 1266: NFA timber facts, 1999 Add to Shelf
Charts on federal timber under contract in recent years up to 1999.
Item 1268: "Spotted owl health trends still fuzzy report says", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story on meeting of biologists to assess the status of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1269: "Judge puts nine NW timber sales on hold", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story of Judge Dwyer putting a hold on timber sales in Pacific Northwest National Forests due to survey and monitoring requirements of the President's plan.
Item 1270: "Forest roadblocks removed", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story of U.S. Forest Service removing roadblocks set up by logging protesters.
Item 1271: NFRC Timber Facts, 1999 Add to Shelf
Sales volumes since 1950 and growth estimates.
Item 1272: "Lawsuits could stymie efforts to aid spotted owl", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story about suit filed by Boise Cascade to obtain value lost by not being allowed to harvest timber.
Item 1273: "Retrospective: Why timber economy changed", 1999 Add to Shelf
Op-Ed piece by Russell Sadler on changes and their causes in the Oregon timber industry.
Item 1274: "Group says it set fire in Medford", 1999 Add to Shelf
Story of burning of U.S. Forest Service buildings in Medford.
Item 1275: Some Flaws in the Draft 1995 RPA Program, 1998 Add to Shelf
Paper by Schallau, McKillop and Maki that argues there are flaws in the economic analyses of the Resources Planning Act Program
Item 1276: "Groups fear losing appeals process", 1992 Add to Shelf
Environmentalists worry that changing the rules for appeals will prevent them from being effective protectors of the forests.
Item 1277: "O and C counties unite for God Squad recognition; Battle Audubon smokescreen", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story of O&C counties worrying that a safety net has holes in it.
Item 1278: "OPB wake up!", 1992 Add to Shelf
Copy of a letter from Ralph Hull to Oregon Public Broadcasting saying if you keep doing what you are doing I won't keep sending checks.
Item 1279: "Lawmakers introducing Lujan plan", 1992 Add to Shelf
Story that Northwest lawmakers will introduce legislation to keep logging going with little protection for the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1280: "Emotions run high over appeals process", 1992 Add to Shelf
Congressional reaction to Bush administration attempts to limit appeals.
Item 1281: "Packwood prints response to Endangered Species Act", 1992 Add to Shelf
Article by Packwood with quotes from people affected by the Endangered Species Act and Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1283: "Species protection hurts Keisling plan", 1992 Add to Shelf
Editorial saying Keisling plan to invest in reforestation may be faulty because of cutting.
Item 1284: "Injunction puts logging's future in doubt", 1999 Add to Shelf
Judge William Dwyer rules that the Forest Service has not correctly surveyed and monitored, so stop logging.
Item 1285: "Spotted owl research produces new insights and opportunities", 1999 Add to Shelf
Description of recent National Council for Air and Stream Improvement wildlife biology research efforts on the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1286: Forest Fact Book, 1999 Add to Shelf
Data on the forests of Oregon.
Item 1287: "Feds agree to block more logging", 1999 Add to Shelf
The Federal Government agrees to block logging on 26 more timber sales in the Pacific Northwest to pacify environmentalists.
Item 1288: "Definition of "harm" plays an important role in spotted owl case", 2000 Add to Shelf
Shows how "harm" is being used in the Endangered Species Act in the spotted owl controversy.
Item 1289: "Andy Kerr pounces on a new crusade: Cutting growth", 2000 Add to Shelf
Long story about Kerr's newest effort to reduce human populations.
Item 1290: "Spotted owl faces another threat", 2000 Add to Shelf
Competition with barred owl.
Item 1291: "Spotted owl faces a new threat", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story of competition with barred owl.
Item 1292: "Fifty 'thriving' pairs of spotted owls in Bay area", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story of spotted owls in San Francisco Bay area.
Item 1293: "DeFazio says payments bill could pass", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story on attempt by Congress to get a bill passed that would give counties with federal forests money directly rather than based on timber harvest.
Item 1294: "Forest aid bill will benefit Linn, Benton", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story on a bill to pay counties in lieu of taxes for federal land. Cuts ties between payment and amount of timber harvested. Payments to last for six years.
Item 1295: "Coos Bay worst in child abuse", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story of child abuse in Coos County.
Item 1296: "Logging urged where owls nest", 2000 Add to Shelf
Bureau of Land Management proposed timber sale has 3 pairs of owls in or nearby.
Item 1297: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station Biennial Report, 1998 Add to Shelf
Item 1298: "Timber money contested", 2000 Add to Shelf
Story that money for rural schools may not get to them.
Item 1299: Of Spotted Owls, Old Growth, and New Policies: A History Since the Interagency Scientific Committee Report, 1997 Add to Shelf
Marcot and Thomas review the history of the Northern Spotted Owl since the ISC report.
Item 1300: Lumber and wood products employment, 2000, 2001 Add to Shelf
Statistics for Oregon and Linn County, 2000.
Item 1301: "California owls mingling with Oregon's population", 2001 Add to Shelf
Interbreeding of owls discussed.
Item 1302: "What a comeback for spotted owls!", 2001 Add to Shelf
Letter to the editor commenting on increased number of owls being reported.
Item 1303: Owl's status, 2001 Add to Shelf
Discussion of the status of the Northern Spotted Owl by Dr. Larry Irwin.
Item 1304: Northern Spotted Owl News Report, 2004 Add to Shelf
Dr. Larry Irwin discusses a Northern Spotted Owl workshop.
Item 1305: Forsman email, 2002 Add to Shelf
Email exchange between Benjamin Stout and Eric Forsman to establish a summary of owl's situation in 2002.
Item 1306: "Owl or nothing", 2003 Add to Shelf
Widely published story on the Northern Spotted Owl status.
Item 1307: "Logged out of business", 2003 Add to Shelf
Story of the effect of the loss of timber jobs in Douglas County.
Item 1308: "Life's a hoot", 2003 Add to Shelf
Story of owl population counts.
Item 1309: "Senate rejects plan to cut logging funds", 1999 Add to Shelf
Senate action on forest management.
Item 1310: "Real effects of spotted owl: Lower earnings in new jobs", 1999 Add to Shelf
Letter to the editor describing how writer had to take a lower paying job after losing his timber job.
Item 1311: Public land by state, 2001 Add to Shelf
Outline map (8.5x11 inches) of the U.S. showing percentage of federal land in each state.
Item 1312: "Owl and Murrelet Status Reviews", 2003 Add to Shelf
News article about the status reviews of the owl and marbled murrelet.
Item 1313: "Employment Transitions in Oregon's Wood Products Sector", 2003 Add to Shelf
An article seeking answers to questions about what happened to Oregon's forest products workers in the 1990s.
Item 1314: "Northern spotted owl population still declining", 2003 Add to Shelf
Article featuring information from Eric Forsman on the population status of the Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1315: "Loggers displaced in the 1990s left behind, study finds", 2003 Add to Shelf
Item 1316: "Spotted owl roosting on dubious science?", 2003 Add to Shelf
One lawyer's opinion about the science undergirding the spotted owl listing.
Item 1317: "Oregon's beauty may be only skin-deep", 2003 Add to Shelf
Editorial suggesting that tourism may not be salvation for Oregon's economy.
Item 1318: "California spotted owl off Endangered Species List", 2003 Add to Shelf
Story of delisting of the California Spotted Owl, an owl closely related to Northern Spotted Owl.
Item 1319: "It's the economy", 2003 Add to Shelf
Editorial about Oregon's economy and how it got this way when the timber industry was shut down.
Series 2: Environmental Impact Statements, 1985-1994 Add to Shelf

Series II is made up of various draft and final Environmental Impact Statements for areas of the Pacific Northwest. Areas and topics include Oregon Wilderness, 1987; the Willamette National Forest, 1987; Moose Subwatershed, 1998; and Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation, 2000. Also included in this series is a publication titled "Record of Decision for Amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management Planning Documents Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl".

Six maps found within volume II of the Oregon Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement have been separated. An additional 18 maps showing alternative land use of the Willamette National Forest have also been separated.

Extent: 24 maps
Box-Item 3.3: Oregon Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement, Volume I, April 1985 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.4: Oregon Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement, Volume I, Supplement, January 1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.5: Oregon Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement, Volume II, January 1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 15.19 - 15.24: Alternative Maps for the Oregon Wilderness Environmental Impact Statement, 1986 Add to Shelf
Extent: 6 maps
Box-Item 3.6: Moose Subwathershed Final Environmental Impact Statement, 1998 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.7: Moose Subwathershed Record of Decision, 1998 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.8: Willamette National Forest Draft Environmental Impact Statement, 1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 15.25 - 15.35: Alternative Maps for the Willamette National Forest Draft Environmental Impact Statement, 1987 Add to Shelf
Extent: 10 maps
Box-Item 3.9: Willamette National Forest Draft Environmental Impact Statement Response Form, 1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.10: Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation Final Environmental Impact Statment, Volume 1, November 2000 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.11: Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation Final Environmental Impact Statment, Volume 2, November 2000 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.12: Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation Final Environmental Impact Statment, Volume 3, November 2000 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.13: Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation Final Environmental Impact Statment, Volume 4, November 2000 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 3.14: "Record of Decision for Amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management Planning Documents Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl", April 1994 Add to Shelf
Series 3: VanLeeuwen Organized Files, 1974-1998 Add to Shelf
The materials in Series III were arranged in folders by subjects designated by VanLeeuwen. These folders have been alphabetized and contain materials documenting the Northern Spotted Owl-Oregon Timber Industry controversy including VanLeeuwen's involvement in it. Folders that have been numbered were originally contained in a single folder that has been divided into multiple folers.
Extent: 18 photographs, 13 post cards, 3 maps, and 2 pins
Box-Folder 4.1: Abundant Wildlife Society of North America, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.2: Action, 1992 Add to Shelf
This folder contains 6 images depicting an Elkton, OR tree nursery, clear cuts, replanted clear cuts, and an old-growth forest on the Santiam.
Box-Folder 4.3: Agricultural Export Alliance: Private Log exports Briefing Book, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.4: Amendments to Senate Bill 1125, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.5: Amendments to Senate Bill 1125, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.1: Amendments to Senate Bill 1125, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.6: America's Lumber Shortage, 1990-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.7: Backups T.C.I., 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.8: Being Drafted - Endangered Species, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Folder-Item 16.1: "State of Oregon Wilderness Status (1992)" Map, 1992 Add to Shelf
This map was separated from the file titled "Being Drafted - Endangered Species".
Box-Folder 4.9: Board of Forestry Meeting Minutes, March 4, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.10: Board of Forestry Meeting Minutes, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.11: Board of Forestry Meeting Minutes, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.12: Boise Cascade Corporation, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.13: Brochures and Cartoons, etc, 1987-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.14: Bureau of Land Management (BLM), 1985-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.15: Bureau of Land Management (BLM), 1990-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.16: Bureau of Land Management (BLM) News, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.17: Cascade Timber Supply Article, circa 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.18: Champion Industries, 1983-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.19: Communities for Great Oregon (C.G.O.) Material, 1989-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.20: Communities for Great Oregon (C.G.O.)- Mill City, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.21: Communities for Great Oregon (C.G.O.)- Sweet Home (S.H.), 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.22: Congress, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.23: Congressmen, U.S.-Dafazio, Kopetski, Wyden, Aucoin, Smith, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.24: Cope program Annual Report, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.25: Correspondence-Received and Sent by VanLeeuwen, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.26: Dale Robertson, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.27: David Riley, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.28: Department of Forestry Board Meeting Minutes, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.29: Department of the Interior Fish and Wildlife Service 50 CFR Part 17, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.30: Eagle Veneer-Harrisburg, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.31: Economic Development-Dislocated Workers, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.32: Economic Development-Lottery Dollars for Timber Dependent Communities, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.33: Economy (Jobs), 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.34: Economy (Jobs), 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.35: Editorials/Letter-to-the-Editor, 1991-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.36: Editorials-Pro, 1987-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.37: Endangered Species Act (E.S.A.)-Networking, 1988-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.38: Endangered Species Act-Owl Management, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.39: Environmentalists, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.40: Exports, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.1: Fish and Wildlife, 1987-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.2: Fish and Wildlife Owl Delisting Testimony, 1993 Add to Shelf
Three tapes containing 3/5 of the audio track from this meeting have been separated from this series and added to Series V Audiovisual Materials.
Box-Folder 5.3: Fish and Wildlife Petition Project, 1988-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.4: Fish and Wildlife Service-Spotted Owl, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.5: For Alaska, 1990-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.6: Forestry, 1983-1984 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.7: Forestry, 1985-1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.8: Forestry, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.9: Forestry, 1989-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.10: Forestry, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.11: Forestry and Industry Publications, circa 1988 Add to Shelf
Folder-Item 16.2 - 16.3: "Siskiyou National Forest Silver Fire Recovery Project (1988)" Maps, circa 1988 Add to Shelf
Separated from the Forestry and Industry Publications, 1988 file.
Extent: 2 maps.
Box-Folder 5.12: Forestry Backup, 1993-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.13: Forestry Plan, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.14: Forest Practices Act, 1983-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.15: Forest Service Report, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.16: Found loose in front of "Timber" file drawer, 1993-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.17: From Edon Farmer, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.18: From Forestry Box, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.19: God Squad, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.20: Government, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.21: Gregg Miller Material, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.22: Gypsy Moth, 1978-1986 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.23: Harrisburg-Brand S, 1989-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.24: Hatfield/Adams Amendment, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.25: Hearings, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.26: Help, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.27: House Concurrent Resolution (H.C.R.) 9, 1996-1998 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.28: Hull-Oakes Lumber Co., 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.29: Impacts, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.30: Interim Natural Resources Committee Materials, 1992-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.31: Interior Department/Lujan, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.32: Joint Interim Committee on Forest Products Policy, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.33: Karen Barnett/U.S. Forest Service Letters, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.34: Key Material, 1992-late Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.35: Kunzman, John, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.36: Land Management-Timber, 1993-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.37: Land Use, 1974-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.38: Leonardo Lucero Letters, 1987-1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.39: Letters-In, 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.40: Letters/Liz - to and from, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.41: Letters/Liz - to and from, 1986-1999 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.42: Letters - Pro to Editor, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.43: Letters to and from Agencies, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.44: Letters to and from Concerned Individuals, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.1: Letters to and from Congress, 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.2: Letters to and from Governor, 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.3: Letters to and from Governor, 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.4: Letters to Editor, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.5: Letters to Editor from Liz and News Releases (R.-), 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.6: Letters to Editor from Liz and News Releases (R.-), 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.7: Letters and Memos to and from Legislature and Senate, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.8: Letters to and from President, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.9: Linn Forest Protective Association Meeting Materials, July 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.10: Liz Forestry, 1987-1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.11: Liz Forestry, 1987-1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.12: Liz Hand Letters and Timber Facts, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.13: Liz Speeches, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.14: Liz/Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force (W.S.L.F.T.F.), 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.15: Liz's Testimony of Willamette Forestry Plan as it related to Linn County, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.16: Longview Fibre Company Pamphlets, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.17: Magazines, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.18: Mailing Lists, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.19: Main Copy - Overall Controversy, 1990-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.20: Management/Reforestation, Renewable Resources, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.21: Marbled Murrelet, 1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.22: Marbled Murrelet - Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
This folder contains minutes of a State Forestry meeting held April 15, 1992 at which Liz testified and petitioned.
Box-Folder 6.23: Marvin Plenert (Letters), 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.24: Masters - Various Documents, 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.25: Material picked up at Lane Fairground, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.26: Native Forest Council (Environmentalists), 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.27: Negotiations and P.L., 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.28: New Hand Letter, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.29: News Articles, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.30: Newsletters and Newspaper Articles, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.31: Newspaper Articles, 1990-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.32: New Timber Facts, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.33: O.A.R. - Forestry, Spotted Owl Test on Harvest, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.34: Oregon Department of Forestry (O.D.F.) and Wildlife Hearing Materials, May 19, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.35: O.F.I.C. - Oregon Forest Industries Council, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.36: Old-Growth, 1986-1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.37: Oregon Board of Forestry, 1989-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.38: Oregon Business, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.39: Oregon Coastal Salmon Restoration Initiative (O.C.S.R.I), 1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.1: Oregon Coastal Salmon Restoration Initiative (O.C.S.R.I), 1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.2: Oregon Coastal Salmon Restoration Initiative (O.C.S.R.I), 1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.3: Oregonians for Food and Shelter, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.4: Oregon Natural Heritage Plan, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.5: Oregon Natural Resources - Fish Hatcheries and Robinson-Scott Landscape Management Plan, 1994-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.6: Oregon State Department of Forestry, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.7: Oregon State University College of Forestry Publications, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.8: Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984 Proposal, 1984 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.9: Other Coalitions - Yellow Ribbon (type), 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.10: Owl/Endangered Species Act (E.S.A.) Key Materials, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.11: Owl Petition - Delist, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.12: Owl Petition - Delist, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.13: Pacific Northwest Economic Region Meetings, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.14: Pacific Northwest Economic Region Meetings, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.15: Pacific Northwest Economic Region Meetings, 1994-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.16: "Penipeds", 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.17: PL/Lawyers/Trial, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.18: PL Timber Problems, 1995-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.19: President Bush, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.20: Proposed Legislation/Forestry, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.21: Proposed Legislation Spotted Owl, 1989-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.22: Quartzville, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.23: Rallies and Support Groups, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.24: Resolutions, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.25: Robinson-Scott Landscape Management Project: Final Environmental Impact Statement, 1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.26: Santiam Pass Demo Project - Draft Environmental Impact Statement (E.I.S.), 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.27: S.H. Ranger, 1991-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.28: Spotted Owl, 1987 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.29: Spotted Owl, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.30: Spotted Owl, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.1: Tax Problems/Legislation, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.2: Third Force for Forestry, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.3: Tillamook State Forest - Interpretive Master Plan, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.4: Timber, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.5: Timber II, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.6: Timber Back up, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.7: Timber Caucus/Owl News Clips, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.8: Timber Extras, 1988-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.9: Timber - Forest Service, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.10: Timber Issue, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.11: Timber Issues and Unrelated Legislation Materials, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.12: Timber/Labor/Jobs, 1989-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.13: Timber Masters, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.14: Timber Masters, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.15: Timber Publications, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.16: Timber Sales, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.17: Timber Topics, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.18: Tomorrow's Forests, 1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.19: T.R.E.E.S., 1993-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.20: Tree, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.21: Tree, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.22: Tree/$/Help/etc., 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.23: Tree - Airplane Pocket Project, 1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.24: Tree - Alaska, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.25: Tree - Babbit, 1993-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.26: Tree - Congress, 1992-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.27: Tree - Dependent Communities, circa 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.28: Tree - Dr. Ben, 1990-1993 Add to Shelf
Extent: 1 folder
Box-Folder 8.29: Tree - Economy Effects on, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.30: Tree - Evidentiary, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.31: Tree - Exports, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.32: Tree - Facts, 1990-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.33: Tree - Forests/Health, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.34: Tree - Gov. Forest Planning Team, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.35: Tree - Governor Roberts OR Legislature, 1991-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.36: Tree - Jontz, 1988-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.37: Tree - Liz Letters, 1990 Add to Shelf
Copies of letters written by VanLeeuwen.
Box-Folder 8.38: Tree - National Innholders, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.39: Tree - National Wilderness Institute, 1993-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.40: Tree - O and C Lands, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.41: Tree - Option #9 FEMAT, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.42: Tree - OR Fish and Wildlife, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.43: Tree - Petitions, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.44: Tree - Replanting, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.45: Tree - Salmon/Fish, 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.46: Tree - Salvage, circa 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.47: Tree - Spotted Owl, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.48: Tree - Spotted Owl, 1991-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.49: Tree - Spotted Owl, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.50: Tree - Spruce Budworm, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.51: Tree - Thomas, J.W., 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.52: Tree - Timber Summit, Portland, OR 1993, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.53: Tree - Timber Topics, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.54: Tree - Tourism, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.55: Tree - U.S.F.S., 1992-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.56: Tree - Unemployment, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.57: Tree - Western States Task Force, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.58: Tree - Western States Public Lands Coalition, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.59: Tree - Williamson, 1988-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.60: Tree - Zybach, Bob, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.61: Turner Broad. System and T.V., 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.1: United States Fish and Wildlife Hearing on May 20, 1992, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.2: United States Forest Service, 1988-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.3: United States Forest Service, 1988-1989 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.4: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.5: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1994-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.6: Washington, D.C. All Timber Material, September 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.7: Washington D.C./Congress, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.8: Washington D.C./President-McClure, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.9: A Week in Washington - notes, drafts, and related materials, 1991-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.10: Western States Info, 1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.10 - 9.19: Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force (W.S.L.F.T.F.), 1990-1992 Add to Shelf
Contained within these folders are 12 photographs. Some of the photos depict views of a WSLFTF meeting. Others show VanLeeuwen on a fishing boat in Alaska. Included with these photos are 13 post cards from Sitka, Alaska. One folder also contains two pins: one produced by Weyerhaeuser Canada and the other by the Alberta Forest Service.
Extent: 10 folders
Box-Folder 9.20: W.S.L.F.T.F. - Sacramento, December 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.21: W.S.L.F.T.F. - business meet in Washington, D.C. at Holiday Inn, March 15, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.22: W.S.L.F.T.F. Resolution 92-6, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.23: Weyerhaeuser Canada Correspondence, 1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.24: Wilderness/Old-growth, 1983-1985 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.25: Willamette Forestry Council, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.26: Willamette Industries, 1986-1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.27: Willamette Industries Lay-offs, 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.28: Willamette National Forest Materials, 1990-1991 Add to Shelf
Folder-Item 16.4: Willamette National Forest Map, 1991 Add to Shelf
This map has been separated from the file titled "Willamette National Forest Materials".
Box-Folder 9.29: Willamette National Forest - Replies, 1988 Add to Shelf
Series 4: Sorted Files, 1973-2002 Add to Shelf
This series is made up of materials that came to the Special Collections & Archives Research Center with no previous organization. They have been arranged by subject matter and then, in some cases, by material type including correspondence, reports, fact sheets, newspaper articles, newsletters, and other publications. The materials describe the controversy between Northern Spotted Owl conservation and the Oregon Timber Industry. The possible listing of the Marbled Murrelet under the Endangered Species Act is also described in this series.
Extent: 56 photographs and 12 maps
Sub-Series 1: Endangered Species Act, 1988-1999 Add to Shelf
This file is made up of publications and correspondence and contains lists of threatened and endangered species in Oregon, issues of the Backgrounder—produced by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, copies of legislation related to the Endangered Species Act at the state and federal levels and of petitions to change the act or suspend it, and materials describing possible listings of other organisms, including loggers.
Box-Folder 10.1: Endangered Species Act - Publications and Correspondence, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.2: Endangered Species Act - Publications and Correspondence, 1990-1999 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.3: Environmentalists - Correspondence and Reports, 1990-1997 Add to Shelf
Materials in this folder describe the actions of the Endangered Species Act Exemption Committee and various environmental groups. Also included are newsletters produced by the Oregon Wildlife Federation, the National Wildlife Institute and the Pacific Northwest Utilities Conference Committee as well as materials pertaining to the Northern Spotted Owl.
Box-Folder 10.4: Environmentalists - Newspaper, 1986-1995 Add to Shelf
Topics covered in the newspaper articles in this folder include the activities of the group Earth First!, protesters and demonstrations, eco-terrorism (such as tree spiking), and news of general activities of environmentalists.
Sub-Series 2: Forests, 1973-1996 Add to Shelf
Materials in this set of folders include publications and newspaper and pertain to the state of forests in the Northwest and the impacts of humans on fish and wildlife. Statistics about Oregon forests can be found in these folders as well as issues of the Northwest Woodlands.
Box-Folder 10.5: Forests, 1973-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.6: Forests, 1973-1996 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 3: Land Management, 1981-1995 Add to Shelf

The materials in these folders describe draft forest policy changes, a 1992 fisheries study in Western Oregon, prescribed burning, watershed restoration, water resource management, resource management planning, deforestation, mill closures, the Northern Spotted Owl, and forest set-asides, as well as activities of government organizations such as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Oregon State Board of Forestry. Additional materials include letters sent to politicians regarding the Northwest timber summit; annual reports, environmental impact statements and alternative resource use plans for the Willamette National Forest and others; and 9 sets of 6 images (54 images in all). These images depict an Elkton, OR tree nursery, clear cuts, replanted clear cuts, and an old-growth forest on the Santiam.

Twelve maps were separated from these folders. These maps relate to the Elk River and Oregon Wilderness environmental impact plans. Three maps of the Tillamook State Forest originally contained within the Tillamook State Forest Comprehensive Recreation Management Plan (January 1993) have been separated as well.

Box-Folder 10.7: Correspondence and Reports, 1981-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.8: Correspondence and Reports, 1983-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.9: Correspondence and Reports, 1988-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.10: Correspondence and Reports, 1988-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.11: Correspondence and Reports, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.12: Correspondence and Reports, 1990-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.13: Correspondence and Reports, 1992-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.14: Correspondence and Reports - Tillamook State Forest Comprehensive Recreation Management Plan, 1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 16.5 - 16.7: Tillamook State Forest Comprehensive Recreation Management Plan Maps, 1993 Add to Shelf
These maps were separated from the file titled "Correspondence and Reports - Tillamook State Forest Comprehensive Recreation Management Plan"
Extent: 3 maps.
Box-Item 16.8 - 16.15: Assorted Forest Maps, 1984-1997 Add to Shelf
These maps were separated from the file titled "Correspondence and Reports"
Extent: 8 maps.
Box-Item 16.16: Elk River Watershed Map, 1994 Add to Shelf
These maps were separated from the file titled "Correspondence and Reports - Tillamook State Forest Comprehensive Recreation Management Plan"
Sub-Series 4: Newsletters, 1983-1998 Add to Shelf
These folders contain newsletters produced by the following organizations: the Pacific Rivers Council, Communities for a Great Northwest, Oregonians in Action, the Bureau of Land Management, and Oregon Natural Resources Council. Also included in this set of folders are editions of Forestry Forum and the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Journal.
Box-Folder 10.15: Newsletters, 1983-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.16: Newsletters, 1988-1998 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 5: Newsletters, 1983-1998 Add to Shelf
Topics covered in the newspaper articles in these folders include set-asides for the Northern Spotted Owl, timber export bans, forest and wilderness planning, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and private timber sales, staffing changes in the position of Forest Supervisor, the activities of the BLM, field burning policy changes, legislation related to forestry, and testimony given by Benjamin Stout.
Box-Folder 10.17: Newspapers, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.18: Newspapers, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 6: Marbled Murrelet, 1989-1993 Add to Shelf
These folders contain reports that describe the rationale for listing the Marbled Murrelet under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), one of which was produced by the Department of Forestry. Other materials provide details about the seabird’s status and conservation efforts related to it. Also included in this set of folders are materials related to a petition to keep the Marbled Murrelet from being listed as threatened or endangered under the ESA.
Box-Folder 10.19: Newspaper and Magazine Articles, 1989-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.20: Reports and Petitions, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.21: Reports and Petitions, 1992-1993 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 7: Northern Spotted Owl, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
These folders contain materials pertaining to the status and management of the Northern Spotted Owl under the Endangered Species Act. These materials include data on spotted owl numbers and response forms for the proposed listing. Also included in this set of folders is a Department of Fish and Wildlife document describing in detail the status of the Northern Spotted Owl. This document is contained in 7 folders.
Box-Folder 10.22: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 10.23: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.1: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.2: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.3: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.4: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.5: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.6: Correspondence and Reports, 1988 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.7: Newspaper, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
Materials in this folder describe public and governmental support for delisting the Northern Spotted Owl, research and studies being done pertaining to owls, issues occurring around nesting sites including fires and discoveries of the sites themselves, and general materials pertaining to and analyzing the owl’s status.
Sub-Series 8: Oregon State University, 1989-1996 Add to Shelf
This set of folders includes publications produced by OSU pertaining to agriculture, natural resources, forest management, and the forestry program at the University. Also included in these folders are newspaper articles describing Marbled Murrelet research and wood debris. References to Oregon State University were made in these articles.
Box-Folder 11.8: Oregon State University, 1989-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.9: Oregon State University, 1990-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.10: Overall Controversy, 1989-1993 Add to Shelf
This folder contains reports and newspaper articles that describe the listing of the Northern Spotted Owl and the impact that this listing had on the Timber Industry in Oregon. Of note is a chronology of events occurring between September 1989 and February 1993 and a report titled "Spotted Owls, Old Growth and the Economy of the Northwest" produced by the Northwest Forest Resource Council in 1989.
Sub-Series 9: People, 1984-2002 Add to Shelf
This set of folders contains newspaper editorials, letters to the editor, and opinion pieces concerning the overall spotted owl-timber industry controversy.
Box-Folder 11.11: People, 1984-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.12: People, 1986-2002 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 10: Politicians, 1987-1996 Add to Shelf
This set of folders contains correspondence, reports, bills, newspaper articles, and publications pertaining to timber exports, forestry plans, the Northwest timber industry, Endangered Species Act and related legislation, timber salvage, and other topics relating to the spotted owl/timber industry controversy. These materials were produced by or report on the activities of politicians other than VanLeeuwen who were involved in the controversy and related issues. Individuals represented include but are not limited to Senators Mark Hatfield, George Mitchell, Mae Yih, and Scott Bar; Governors Barbara Roberts and Neil Goldschmidt; State Representatives Bill Fisher and Ray Baum; Presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton; and Secretary of the Interior Manuel Lujan.
Box-Folder 11.13: Newspaper, 1987-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.14: Politicians, 1990-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.15: Politicians, 1991-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.16: Salmon and Fisheries, 1990-1996 Add to Shelf
Materials in this folder consist of newspaper articles and newsletters reporting on salmon recovery in the Northwest as well as possible Endangered Species Act listings, hatchery closures, impacts of floods on hatcheries, and the impact of seals and sea lions on fish resources. This folder also contains issues of the newsletter North American Elk Magazine.
Sub-Series 11: Timber, 1981-2002 Add to Shelf
Sub-Subseries 1: Newsletters and Publications Add to Shelf
Publications in these folders have been separated by publication and arranged alphabetically. Publications produced by Alliance for America, American Agri-Woman, the Oregon Forest Industries Council, Douglas Timber Operations, Inc., the Oregon Republican Party, Oregon Women in Agriculture, the Oregon Small Woodlands Association, Oregon Farm Bureau News, the Oregon Board of Forestry and Department of Forestry, and materials produced by Weyerhauser Canada have been placed in two folders titled “Assorted.” Other organizations for which there are a number of publications have been arranged in separate folders and are listed below. This set of folders also includes a calendar titled "Northwest Forests 1997."
Box-Folder 11.17: Assorted, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.18: Assorted, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.19: Communities for a Great Oregon, 1989-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.20: Evergreen, 1988-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.21: Evergreen, 1992-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 11.22: Network News (Oregon Lands Coalition), 1990-1997 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.1: Oregonians for Food and Shelter, 1981-1991 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.2: Oregon Women for Timber (OWTings), 1983-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.3: The Seedling (Oregon Lands Coalition), 1990-1992 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.4: Third Force for Forestry, 1989-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.5: Timber/Timbergram, circa 1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.1: Northwest Forests Calendar, 1997 Add to Shelf
Sub-Subseries 2: Newspaper, 1987-2002 Add to Shelf
Topics covered in the newspaper articles in this set of folders include the effect of the Spotted Owl listing on the timber industry; mill closures, job losses, and aid to timber workers; timber sales, harvest, imports, and exports; timber shortages; wildfires; timber meetings and rallies; the effects of timber on Oregon’s economy; harvesting blow down and salvage; existing timber practices and their effect on forests; the Timber Summit; and effects of the Spotted Owl listing and wilderness legislation on agriculture.
Box-Folder 12.6: Newspaper, 1987-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.7: Newspaper, 1989-2002 Add to Shelf
Sub-Subseries 3: Reports and Facts/Figures, 1989-1996 Add to Shelf
Included in this set of folders are materials pertaining to the Forest/Timber Summit, forestry and timber related legislation, and timber industry labor trends and job losses. Also included are multiple bumper stickers reading “Give the timber tax to schools not owls,” reports on mill closures, and timber fact sheets describing timber supply during a number of years.
Box-Folder 12.8: Reports and Facts/Figures, 1989-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.9: Reports and Facts/Figures, 1990-1994 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 12: VanLeeuwen, 1984-2002 Add to Shelf
This set of folders consists of materials produced by Liz VanLeeuwen concerning the spotted owl/timber industry controversy.
Sub-Subseries 1: Correspondence, 1984-2002 Add to Shelf
These folders contain letters sent to and from VanLeeuwen concerning the spotted owl controversy and other issues faced by the Oregon logging community.
Box-Folder 12.10: Correspondence, 1984-1990 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.11: Correspondence, 1984-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.12: Correspondence, 1984-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.13: Correspondence, 1985-1995 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.14: Correspondence, 1988-2002 Add to Shelf
Sub-Subseries 2: News Release, Newspaper, and Other Publications, 1984-1998 Add to Shelf
The materials in these folders include data and information compiled by VanLeeuwen concerning the timber industry and workers in Oregon, the Northwest Timber Summit, status of the Northern Spotted Owl and attempts to remove it from the endangered species list, the status of Pacific Northwest forests, VanLeeuwen’s trip to Washington D.C., activities of the Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force, and the possible listing of the Marbled Murrelet. Also included are letters to the editor describing VanLeeuwen’s opinion of the overall spotted owl/timber industry controversy.
Box-Folder 12.15: News Release, Newspaper, and Other Publications, 1984-1994 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.16: News Release, Newspaper, and Other Publications, 1988-1996 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.17: News Release, Newspaper, and Other Publications, 1988-1998 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 12.18: Notes, 1988-1995 Add to Shelf
This folder includes notepads and sheets of notebook paper, envelopes, and pieces of scratch paper containing information and ideas recorded by VanLeeuwen. Also included are brochures from various businesses and tourist attractions in Washington D.C.
Box-Folder 12.19: Publications referring to VanLeeuwen, 1990-1995 Add to Shelf
This folder contains news articles not written by VanLeeuwen that present her opinions on a variety of subjects. Topics covered include a Northwest salmon study, the government’s response to the spotted owl issue, the owl’s status (and more specifically removing it from the endangered species list), and land management plans. Materials in this folder also include photocopies of 2 images of VanLeeuwen with other politicians.
Box-Folder 12.20: Western Spruce Budworm, 1988-1992 Add to Shelf
This folder contains newspaper articles and other publications describing the impact of the Budworm on forests as well as on the timber industry.
Series 5: Audiovisual Materials, 1988-1993 Add to Shelf
This series is made up of 9 annotated cassette tapes and 1 VHS tape. The majority of the tapes contain audio recordings of two Fish and Wildlife Commission Meetings. The VHS tape contains two news reports. One discusses the status of the Northern Spotted Owl and was produced by NBC. The other analyzes the Endangered Species Act and was produced for the series 20/20 on ABC.
Box-Item 13.1 - 13.5: Fish and Wildlife Commission Hearing Casette Tapes, November 11, 1988 Add to Shelf
Extent: 5 cassette tapes
Box-Item 13.6: Andrew Kerr Spotted Owl/Wilderness Issues, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Item 13.7 - 13.9: Fish and Wildlife Commission Meeting, December 8, 1993 Add to Shelf
Includes tapes 3 of 5, 4 of 5, and 5 of 5 for this meeting. These tapes have been separated from a folder titled "Fish and Wildlife Owl Delisting Testimony, 1993" which is a part of Series III VanLeeuwen Organized Files.
Extent: 3 cassette tapes
Box-Folder 12.21: VHS tape, 1993 Add to Shelf
The VHS tape in this series contains two news reports. The first: "Report on the Spotted Owl" was produced by NBC Nightly News and aired September 17, 1993. The second: "Endangered Species Acts May Go Awry" was produced by ABC for the series 20/20 and aired on November 19, 1993. This tape was separated from the folder "Owl Petition - Delist - Video: NBC and ABC reports, 1993" in Series III VanLeeuwen Organized Files.