That will depend on where the project will be conducted. For instance, projects on private lands must follow the Forest Practices Act and projects on federal lands must be NEPA approved. Additional criteria will follow the bill language:
(4) A project under this section may not include commercial thinning on: (a) Inventoried roadless areas;
(b) Riparian reserves identified in the Northwest Forest Plan or in federal Bureau of Land Management resource management plans;
(c) Late successional reserves, except to the extent consistent with the 2011 United States Fish and Wildlife Service Revised Recovery Plan for the Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina);
(d) Areas protected under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (P.L. 90-542), national recreation areas, national monuments or areas protected under ORS 390.805 to 390.925;
(e) Designated critical habitat for species listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (P.L. 93-205) or by the State Fish and Wildlife Commission under ORS 496.172, unless commercial thinning is already allowed under an existing environmental review or recognized habitat recovery plan; or
(f) Federally designated areas of critical environmental concern or federally designated wilderness study areas.