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State of Oregon forest biomass working group

State of Oregon forest biomass working group

a report to the Governor"s renewable energy working group

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Published by Oregon Dept. of Energy in [Salem, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Fire management -- Oregon.,
  • Forest health -- Oregon.,
  • Public lands -- Oregon -- Management.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesReport to the Governor"s renewable energy working group., Oregon forest biomass working group summary report (version 7)
    Statementcompiled by the Oregon departments of Energy and Forestry.
    ContributionsOregon Forest Biomass Working Group., Oregon Renewable Energy Working Group., Oregon. Dept. of Energy., Oregon. Dept. of Forestry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 p. ;
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16146685M

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Concerned about the health of Oregon's forestlands, increasingly large and frequent wildfires, and associated expenditures and impacts, the Oregon Legislature passed Senate Bill (ChapterOregon Laws, ). The Oregon Forest Biomass Working Group (OFBWG) was established in November to meet the directives in established by that bill and subsequent law, as well as to.

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State of Oregon forest biomass working group: a report to the Governor's renewable energy working group. Alternative Title: Report to the Governor's renewable energy working group.

Alternative Title: Oregon forest biomass working group summary report (version 7). Name(s). You can get books which are placed on course reserve/Valley Reserve by coming to the Circulation Desk. The Valley Library is open 24 hours/day from Sunday through Thursday nights.

State of Oregon Forest Biomass Working Group, Report to the Governor’s Renewable Energy Working Group, Author: Michael Boock. Millions of acres of Oregon's forests are at high risk of damaging fires due to excess biomass. Restoration Success Stories ODF has produced a new multi-media series highlighting ways communities in Oregon and northern California are integrating forest restoration and local economic development.

The Willamette Valley Biomass Working Group is collaborating with a wide array of local and regional entities to study the feasibility of turning local "waste" streams into renewable energy. This collaborative partnership has already been awarded one federal and two state grants totaling $, • An overview of the current forest products industry in Oregon combined with estimates of regional biomass supply; • A review of literature related to use of woody biomass in Oregon for biofuels and bio-based products; and • Interviews with key stakeholders - private landowners and manufacturers that useFile Size: KB.

Forest Related Agencies & Organizations; Grants & Incentives; Initiatives; Jobs; Maps & Data; Proposed Laws & Rules; Tribal Government Relations; Board & Committees. Board of Forestry; Board Meetings; Committee for Family Forestlands; Emergency Fire Cost Committee; Forest Trust Land Advisory Committee; Regional Forest Practice Committees; Smoke.

Oregon Department of Forestry. Coronavirus Updates Information from the Oregon Health Authority; Habitat Conservation Planning process for western Oregon’s State Forests Stay connected to the HCP Forest Biomass. The Oregon Forest Resources Institute works closely with the scientific and academic communities to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information it provides through this website and other education programs.

View or order the publications and products described below. ALERT. Oregon’s Forest Biomass Working Group is comprised of a wide range of stakeholders in the private, public, and non-profit sectors working together to advance sustainable biomass utilization in Oregon.

Oregon-Washington Biomass and Bioenergy. Oregon's abundant forests provide great potential to generate renewable energy from woody biomass. Wood-to-energy projects can support forest restoration and stewardship, expand economic opportunities, and encourage greater energy independence that benefits rural communities across the state.

Woody Biomass Energy. Oregon's abundant forests provide great potential to generate renewable energy from woody biomass. Wood-to-energy projects can support forest restoration and stewardship, expand economic opportunities, and encourage greater energy independence that benefits rural communities across the state.

Using lidar for large-scale forest management can improve operational and management decisions. Using multi-temporal lidar sampling and remeasured field inventory data collected from 78 plots in the Panther Creek Watershed, Oregon, USA, we evaluated the performance of different fixed and mixed models in estimating change in aboveground biomass (∆ AGB) and cubic volume including top and Cited by: 6.

State of Oregon has invested over $1 million per year to increase capacity and build collaborative agreement to accelerate restoration work in Oregon's 11 National Forests and 8 BLM Districts. In Congress authorized partnerships between the State and the federal forest agencies to.

Interagency Biomass Utilization Strategy Table of Contents Page Southwest Oregon’s ecology and forest development were historically shaped by frequent, low intensity fires. and communities most at risk to fire in the State of Oregon.

In the last five years alone,acres have burned in Jackson, Josephine, and Curry counties. CA Forest Biomass Working Group – eNewsletter 51/ Woody Biomass for Bioenergy Webinar Series Dec. 19th, 10am PST, Dec. 20th, 10am and am PST. Three webinars on woody biomass for bioenergy: (1) Evaluating the Technical and Economic Viability of.

The range of values of major forest parameters represented in the FOS database is shown in Table maximum AGB value ( Mg ha −1) and canopy height ( m) Cited by: 5.

Oregon’s energy plan offers a glimmer of hope for biomass energy Advocates hope the timber-rich state’s decision to ditch coal could help revive the struggling industry.

mitigation planning group with federal land partners, and other local stakeholders. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was entered into by the USFS, BLM, ODF, and the Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative as a partnership to help guide strategic all.

Free Online Library: Characteristics of forest-derived woody biomass collected and processed in Oregon.(Technical Note, Statistical data, Abstract) by "Forest Products Journal"; Business Forest products industry Biomass Usage Woody plants Analysis Reports. At its foundation, forest biomass utilization is a forest restoration issue in Oregon, rather than an energy issue.

Oregon electricity prices have historically been among the lowest in the nation due to abundant supplies of hydro-power, making it difficult for biomass energy to compete on the energy market.However, in dry western forests, various forest practices (e.g., fire exclusion) have Cited by: 1.

Introduction. Forests are a large carbon (C) pool, and their interaction with the atmosphere strongly influences the world’s climate (Pan et al., ).Rapidly increasing atmospheric CO 2 levels have motivated large scientific efforts to understand better the C dynamics in forest ecosystems and their role in mitigating global climate change (Pan et al.,Pregitzer and Euskirchen, ).Author: Meelis Seedre, Meelis Seedre, Pavel Janda, Volodymyr Trotsiuk, Volodymyr Trotsiuk, Volodymyr Trotsiu.

Oregon Biomass Heat Case Studies: A showcase of five biomass heat projects that were installed in public facilities across the state of Oregon in and Biomass Energy Resource Center: A library of case studies illustrating the development and operational experiences of various community-scale facilities that employ biomass systems.

The Forest History Center is both a museum and an archive dedicated to preserving the history of forestry and related activities in Oregon. The center is a place for the public to visit, providing an opportunity to learn about and understand the history, people, and development over time of Oregon’s valuable historic forestry legacy.

Starker Lecture Series: Based on current guidelines from the State of Oregon and Oregon State University to suspend gatherings of 25 people or more, the Starker Lecture Series, “Women of Forestry: Inspiring Leadership,” is postponed until The theme will return next year and we look forward to the speakers and events that will make the series a huge success.

Woody Biomass in Oregon-Current Uses, Barriers and Opportunities for Increased Utilization, and Research Needs - The Oregon Wood Innovation Center at OSU assessed barriers and opportunities to utilization of woody biomass. The report examines implications for research via an overview of Oregon's current primary forest products manufacturing.

Warm Springs Forest Products Industries is a member of the Forest Biomass Working Group, which is looking at barriers and opportunities for forest biomass development that will expand Oregon’s energy independence, promote healthy forests, improve air quality, and benefit the state’s economy, especially in.

The Oregon State Parks Information Line remains open atMonday - Friday, 8 a.m p.m. Visit our COVID Response Frequently Asked Questions for more information, including our campsite cancellation/refund policy.

For the latest information on COVID in Oregon, visit the Oregon. In policy, he has spent the past 7 years helping to lead the Biomass Working Group of the Rural Voices for Conservation Coalition and nearly 3 years staffing and coordinating the CA Forest Biomass Working Group, advocating in Sacramento and Washington DC for biomass policies that work for rural forest communities and the environment.

Biomass Energy and Biofuels from Oregon’s Forests This comprehensive plus-page study examines the implications of using woody biomass from thinning overcrowded forests as a renewable source of energy, which at the same time could help restore forest health, reduce the vulnerability of forests to fire and revitalize rural economies.

Title, Scope and Effective Dates (1) OAR through are known as the Smoke Management rules. (2) The Smoke Management rules apply to prescribed burning of forest fuels for forest management purposes within any forest protection district in Oregon as described by OAR to Oregonians who live on the east side of the Cascade Range have become accustomed to bracing for the annual fire season.

It’s a time when we collectively hold our breath. The Oregon Forest Practices Act governs forestry work on non-federal lands. The person responsible for the forestry work must notify ODF. The person must file a Notification of Operation or Permit to Use Fire or Power Driven Machinery before starting the work.

Softwood forest types have 10 times the amount of biomass and carbon as hardwood types. Douglas-fir is the most abundant tree species in Oregon, and therefore contributes the most to biomass and carbon storage.

The more than 1 billion tons of Douglas-fir biomass represents about million tons of carbon sequestered in live trees. Select a region by clicking on the color coded map or by using the dropdown.

In addition, many felt that Juniper treatment was a key component of rangeland restoration with the tremendous potential to create jobs, provide economic opportunity to struggling timber and forest product industries throughout Oregon, and provide a plentiful resource for biomass. The Biomass Enterprise Economic Model is designed to help users rapidly evaluate and appropriately scale biomass utilization enterprises.

Users can explore how woody biomass input volumes and the salable products mix influences capital establishment costs, annual operating costs, and annual revenue. is a portal for information relating to the management of Oregon’s forests as environmental Clearcutting A clearcut is an area of forestland where most of the standing trees are logged at the same time and a few trees.

In response to Senate Billpassed by the Oregon Legislature, the Forest Biomass Work Group will meet Thursday, March 2nd, to continue work to enhance the utilization of biomass for energy and other uses in the state.Commissioner Mark Labhart, Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission.

Mark Labhart is a former Tillamook County Commissioner where he served for 12 years. Prior to that he worked for the Oregon Department of Forestry for 34 years with 20 years as the Manager of a majority of the Tillamook State Forest.The Oregon Forest Resources Institute produces a wide variety of educational videos covering a range of topics related to Oregon forests, forest management and forest products.

OFRI works closely with the scientific and academic communities to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided in these educational videos.