Oregon and Washington forest collaborative groups (pdf, 1.4mb)
This map shows the location of forest collaborative groups in Oregon, as of Summer 2018. If you find any errors with this map (missing collaboratives, incorrect boundaries, etc.), please let us know! (email@example.com).
U.S. Forest Service personnel trends, 1973-2012 (pdf, 1.8mb)
As part of the final map packet for the Dry Forest Zone project, this infographic looks at the numbers of Forest Service personnel employed in Region 5 (CA), Region 6 (OR, WA), and nationally from 1973 to 2012. It also shows personnel hired at regional offices versus other duty stations, and employment trends at the county level for counties within the Dry Forest Zone, or surrounding counties with significant National Forest land.
Fuels reduction treatments in the Dry Forest Zone (pdf, 5.9mb)
As part of the final map packet for the Dry Forest Zone project, this infographic looks at the total acres treated, the most frequently-used treatment types, the workforce for different kinds of treatments, and treatment trends in the Dry Forest Zone from 2009-2012.
U.S. Forest Service timber sales and purchases in the Dry Forest Zone (pdf, 2.4 mb)
As part of the final map packet for the Dry Forest Zone project, this infographic examines how much of the timber from national forests within the Dry Forest Zone was sold to companies within the Dry Forest Zone and within local sub-regions of the zone. It also examines how much of the federal timber that companies located in the Dry Forest Zone purchased came from forests in the Dry Forest Zone and locally.
Restoration investment impacts in Oregon (pdf, 910 kb)
This infographic looks at how investments in different types of restoration work across Oregon impact the economy and workforce, including both the jobs created with each million dollars of investment, and the average employee compensation for those jobs.
Economic effects of large wildfires (pdf, 10mb)
This briefing paper contains a series of infographics that examine the effects that the Cold Springs Fire (2008) had on the employment and wages in nearby Klickitat County, WA, and where the $14 million spent to suppress the wildfire went geographically.