Oregon Statutes - Chapter 526 - Forestry Administration - Section 526.320 - Investigation of forestlands by committees; determination of adaptability for particular uses.

Upon establishment of a committee under ORS 526.310, the committee shall investigate and study all forestland within its county and determine which of the land is suitable primarily for the production of timber, which is suitable primarily for joint use for timber production and the grazing of livestock, and which is suitable primarily for grazing or other agricultural use. Such determination shall take into consideration climate, topography, elevation, rainfall, soil conditions, roads, extent of fire hazards, recreation needs, scenic values, and other physical, economic and social factors and conditions relating to the land involved. [Amended by 1965 c.253 §35; 1967 c.429 §31]

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