Rob Klavins


Leaders need to be faithful to intent of Oregon’s forest collaborations

By: - May 30, 2022

Here in eastern Oregon, our identity and way of life is deeply connected to our public lands. Landscapes of deep canyons, snow-capped peaks, dense forests, and deserts are quite literally our backyard. They provide clean cold water, abundant wildlife, freedom, and a core piece of our identity. In post-colonial times, our relationship with the land […]