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Northern Coast Range Adaptive Management Area


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The Northern Coast Range Adaptive Management Area is one of 10 Adaptive Management Areas (AMAs) established in the Pacific Northwest, USA, in 1994. AMAs will develop and test new ways to manage forests, including new and more meaningful ways for the public to participate in federal lands management. The Northern Coast Range AMA is located in northwestern Oregon between the Pacific Ocean and the Willamette Valley. The federal lands in this area are managed by the Hebo Ranger District of the USDA Forest Service and the Tillamook and Mary's Peak Resource Areas of the Salem district of the USDI Bureau of Land Management

Introduction to the AMA

Map of AMA

Northern Coast Range Adaptive Management Area Guide

Landscape Design Study

Research and Learning Assessment

Research and monitoring projects

How to get in touch with us

Find out about the other Adaptive Management Areas


 

 

Last update: 6/10/99
 
 

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