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Oregon Reforestation Tax Law

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The State of Oregon has not waited until most of its virgin timber has been cut to pass remedial legislation. With most of its original stand still intact, and with a progressive reforestation law, it is in an enviable position to make its forest industries permanently prosperous on a large scale. The author gives a brief and clear description of the main features of the Oregon law.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Formerly Assistant State Forester of Oregon, District Inspector, United States Forest Service

Publication date: 01 January 1931

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