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Map of federal land ownership in Oregon
  Bureau of Indian Affairs
  Bureau of Land Management(BLM)
  BLM Wilderness Area
  Department of Defense
  Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
  FWS Wilderness Area
  Forest Service (FS)
  FS Wilderness Area
  National Park Service

Land use in Oregon concerns the evolving set of laws affecting land ownership and its restrictions in the U.S. state of Oregon.

Timeline

William Charles Morris cartoon, illustrating the prediction of Secretary of the Interior Gifford Pinchot, who warned U.S. timber resources in the west would be depleted.
William Charles Morris cartoon, illustrating the prediction of Secretary of the Interior Gifford Pinchot, who warned U.S. timber resources in the west would be depleted.

Senate Bill 100

See also

References

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