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Tribal/State Agency Relations

Brochure

The Oregon Department of Forestry has produced a brochure entitled Protecting and Preserving Oregon's Archaeological and Cultural Resources - A Guide for Forest Landowners and Operators.  The brochure outlines landowner responsibilities regarding archaeological sites and obligations when dealing with cultural sites. 
 
An electronic version of this brochure is posted on this web page and copies are available at all local ODF field offices and Salem Headquarters (503-945-7200).
 
Brochure:  Protecting and Preserving Oregon's Archaeological and Cultural Resources - A Guide for Forest Landowners and Operators [PDF; 2,355 KB]

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Directive on Tribal Government-to-Government Relations

The Oregon Department of Forestry's Directive on the Department of Forestry and Tribal Government-to-Government Relations outlines the processes the department will use to maximize intergovernmental relations and enhance the exchange of ideas and resources for successful planning and implementation of departmental policies and programs that may affect the tribes.  This directive also includes, as an attachment, a Memorandum of Agreement between the department and the State Historic Preservation Office that defines the roles and responsibilities of each organizations to meet Government-to-Government Relations objectives.
 
Directive - Department of Forestry and Tribal Government-to-Government Relations [PDF]

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