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(Salem, OR) -- Governor Kate Brown says she's reached an agreement with timber companies, small forestland owners, conservation leaders, and fishing organizations on changes to a timber agreement. It affects over 10-million acres of forestland in Oregon. The proposal tries to meet the statewide Habitat Conservation Plan. The Legislature will need to approve the agreement. It would allow more timber harvesting while maintaining clean water and recreation activities.

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