OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: Williams group lobbies to conserve 320 acres

Shaun Hall Rogue Valley Times, January 4th 2024

Cheryl Bruner and her fellow members of the Williams Community Forest Project are pressing commissioners in Josephine County to sell 320 acres of county forest land in the Pipe Fork area of Williams so that the property can be conserved instead of logged.

The group has an appraisal, a willing buyer in the Conservation Fund and has made a $2 million offer to the county, but commissioners want more. The group hopes to eventually sell the property to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.


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