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"Oregon, Home of the Clearcut" Ad Campaign Launched by Conservationists

2.2.16

"Oregon, Home of the Clearcut" Ad Campaign Launched by Conservationists: PORTLAND, Ore.— [biologicaldiversity.org] A coalition of four conservation organizations unveiled an ad campaign today showcasing dramatic images of destructive forest clearcuts and opposing recent proposals that would force a return to clearcutting on publicly owned lands in western Oregon. Ongoing and increasing logging will cause severe damage to clean water and Oregon’s economically vital tourism and outdoor-recreation industries.
Clear Cut Oregon

The ads will appear online, on roadside billboards, and in the Eugene and Portland airports and are accompanied by a new website, www.ClearCutOregon.com, which offers information on logging practices in Oregon, the details of proposals to expand clearcutting on publicly owned “O


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