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Timber defaults threaten Northwest

Archived Article - May 27, 1983 by John Soisson

Senators from Idaho, Washington and Oregon have joined forces to try to head off a massive default on timber sale contracts which some timber industry experts say could wipe out as much as 25 percent of the lumber production capacity in Oregon and Northern California alone. Download entire issue to view this article:

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