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FTF History

In 1985, leaders in the Lane County forest products and associated industries created Timber Resource Education (TRE), a non-profit organization that produced the monthly magazine TIMBER as a way to inform, involve, and educate the public about forest issues.  In 1992, the board of directors recognized a need for more active education and decided to reorganize to create Forests Today and Forever, with the intention of providing direct and hands-on learning about forestry.  TIMBER! magazine was published until 1997, then discontinued to focus efforts on field educational experiences.

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