OAR 629-022-0380
Catastrophe; Salvage Adjustments


A Catastrophe may be caused by:


Insects, diseases, fire or other casualties and accidents; or


Storms, floods, droughts and other unusual environmental conditions.


When a Catastrophe damages individual trees or groups of tress within the Forest Stand:


The Landowner must pay the appropriate amount on Salvaged Forest Products, as described in OAR 629-022-0300 (Repaying Trust Funds)(3); and


The State Forester must adjust the Forest Stand boundaries to reflect the Forest Stand capable of producing Harvest revenues. The Forest Stand boundaries may not be adjusted to exclude land with unharvested merchantable Forest Products.

Source: Rule 629-022-0380 — Catastrophe; Salvage Adjustments, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=629-022-0380.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 629-022-0380’s source at or​.us