Official Proceedings of the February, 1910, Meeting of the Oregon State Board of Forestry

Official Proceedings of the February, 1910, Meeting of the Oregon State Board of Forestry

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Excerpt from Official Proceedings of the February, 1910, Meeting of the Oregon State Board of Forestry: Including Forest Fire Report for 1909, and Committee Report on Insect Depredations

In presenting this bulletin to the people of Oregon the State Board of Forestry has in mind two things. It is desired to acquaint the citizens of the State with the extent and char acter of the forest wealth of the State, and, granting that the people secure an understanding of the significance of this in formation, to suggest a course of action which will insure the perpetuation of its great timber producing and manufacturing industry in the State. The Board of Forestry is fully sensible of its great responsibility to the commonwealth. At the same time it realizes fully the responsibilities of the citizens in the direction of the affairs of the State. The people of the State of Oregon participate as fully in direct legislation as those of any state in the Union. Through the initiative and referendum the people are becoming accustomed to think of State problems and to express their judgment on such problems through the medium of the ballot.

The rapid industrial development of the United States has necessitated tremendous inroads on the natural resources of the nation. Among these natural resources, timber is one which is threatened with early exhaustion unless wise legisla tive action by the nation and the states is soon taken. Oregon has a larger supply of timber than ony other of the states. Wise legislation can greatly prolong the life of this supply. Oregon has millions of acres of land suited only to timber pro duction. Wise legislation is needed to insure the growing of timber crops on this land. Since the people of the State are fundamentally responsible for the kind of legislation enacted, it follows that they should have full information concerning the factors of the State Forestry problem in order that they may be prepared for wise action. The State Board of Forestry hopes that this publication may supply in part, at least, this information.

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