Ruling On The Elliott State Forest
Oregon's Elliott State Forest is supposed to bring in money--through timber sales--for the state's common school fund.
But there's not much logging, and the forest actually costs the state money now.
So the state Land Board is looking for ways to up the income and/or logging, or at least cut the deficits.
EarthFix reporter Jes Burns checks in to report on what the Land Board's current plans are.