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Large trees, defined as 21 inches in diameter or bigger, make up just 3% of national forests in central and eastern Oregon, yet they store a disproportionately massive 42% of above-ground carbon in their trunks, stems and branches, according to a study published Nov. 5 in the journal Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.

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A stand of ponderosa pines and Douglas fir. Large trees — those 21 inches in diameter or bigger — make up 3% of national forests in Central an…

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EASTERN OREGON — Local economies will receive a boost in data that could benefit them and provide vital information to the U.S. Forest Service and its effort to create a multi-use plan for the national forests in the Blue Mountains.

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The Wallowa Whitman and Umatilla national forests will receive $2.7 million to improve forest resiliency, reduce long-term costs of fire manag…