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Acts of kindness and Weyerhaeuser donations aid in wildfire recovery

Cara and Dana were driven to action after the Oregon wildfires. They consulted the Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund for a list of needed items. With approved company funds, they purchased bath towels, sheets, underwear, brooms, tarps, sponges, and gas and grocery gift cards. ... Read More
March 15, 2021

Teamwork in Oregon helps protect our tree farm and neighboring communities from massive forest fires

When the skies turned from red back to blue and the ash stopped falling in September, the community of Molalla could finally breathe: After 13 grueling days, the fires that threatened the town and its neighbors in one of Oregon’s worst fire seasons in memory had been contained. ... Read More
January 22, 2021

Opening access: New agreement in Oregon is a win for communities, tribe, hunters and WY

“The local communities here live and breathe hunting, so it’s a huge win,” says Michelle Metcalf, recreation access manager for the Northwest. “This land was part of the Plum Creek merger, and part of Georgia-Pacific before that, and each company allowed different access. We’ve been searching for a way to safely open this land to recreational access.” ... Read More
December 22, 2020

Multiyear study of Oregon slender salamanders demonstrates our commitment to protect wildlife with science-based practices

Our story of the Oregon slender salamander — an elusive, understudied creature — begins over a decade ago. ... Read More
October 15, 2020

Go, fish, go: It took a community to restore an Oregon creek to its natural state

For the first time in 70 years, threatened and vulnerable migratory fish now have access to two additional miles of critical cold-water habitat on our property in southwest Oregon ... Read More
April 22, 2020