Strategic Reserves in Oregon to Protect Biodiversity, Water and Carbon

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Takeaways:

  • A new study has looked at how to protect forestland in Oregon, where 49% of the state is forested.
  • The study identifies lands at 30 meters square levels, which must be preserved to achieve 50-70% of the forest by 2050.
  • This initiative would also help protect 27% of the surface drinking water in the state.

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