Who owns the forests?

If you said that Oregon's forests belong to everyone, you‘d be 64 percent right. The general public owns most of Oregon‘s forests, which are held by the federal government or the state of Oregon.

Private landowners of both large and small tracts of forestland own 34 percent of Oregon's forests. The remaining 2 percent of forests is in tribal ownership. 

Forest Ownership Map
All Ownership Map
Federal Government Forest Ownership Map
Large Private Forest Ownership Map
Small Private Forest Ownership Map
State/Public Forest Ownership Map
Tribal Forest Ownership Map
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Tribal