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(Salem, OR)  --  The new report by the Oregon Department of Forestry is looking at the impact of sudden oak death.  The report shows funding 30-million-dollars in treatments to slow the spread of sudden oak death the next 20 years could offset the loss of 12-hundred jobs by 2028.  The report was released yesterday to the state's Sudden Oak Death Task Force ahead of its March 8 meeting in Salem. 

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