Managing for a whole forest

For Bob Jackson, the most important factor in forest management is the direction, not the speed or efficiency. Results are created one day at a time. Since, they bought the land in 1970, Bob Jackson and Leo Goebel have been managing 160 acres of Douglas fir, white fir, Ponderosa pine, and larch on the north slope of the Wallowas.

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