Oregon"s forest products harvest tax
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Oregon"s forest products harvest tax by Charles F. Sutherland

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Published by Oregon State University Extension Service in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English


  • Forest products -- Taxation -- Oregon.

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StatementC.F. Sutherland.
SeriesWoodland workbook, Extension circular / Oregon State University Extension Service -- 1151 rev. 1988., Extension circular (Oregon State University. Extension Service) -- 1151.
ContributionsOregon State University. Extension Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination[3] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16099053M

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Oregon (Summary) Forestland Program. Tax Type: Property taxes under this program range from 40 cents per acre to $ per acre, depending on location of the property and the ability of your property to grow timber. Description: The property tax on the land is based on the value of the land as forestland. Currently, timber is not taxed through the property tax system. The Forest Products Harvest Tax is comprised of five different taxes which fund forest fire research protection and prevention. €Historical rates can be see in the table below. FOREST PRODUCTS HARVEST TAX Year OSU Research Protection Fund Forest Practices OFRI Other $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ is a portal for information relating to the management of Oregon’s forests as environmental LOAD MORE CONTENT. Featured Videos. Educational Advertising: Rings. Trees serve so many uses both in the forest and out. When it was standing, a tree provides habitat for animals, offers shade to streams, and pulls carbon out of. In Oregon, private forest landowners, loggers and timber companies harvest trees in a variety of ways, but all must comply with the Oregon Forest Practices Act. The state law outlines a set of rules for private timber harvesting aimed to protect soil productivity, water quality and wildlife habitat, and ensure replanting after harvest.