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Hotter, drier summers in Oregon are killing Douglas firs and some other native Oregon tree species, according to the Oregon Department of Forestry. Since 2012, Oregon has experienced a drought each summer, and climate scientists only expect the state to become hotter and drier. Oregon Department of Forestry forest pathologist Sarah Navarro tells us what that means for Oregon’s trees.
Hotter, drier summers in Oregon are killing Douglas firs and some other native Oregon tree species, according to the Oregon Department of Forestry. Since 2012, Oregon has experienced a drought each summer, and climate scientists only expect the state to become hotter and drier. Oregon Department of Forestry forest pathologist Sarah Navarro tells us what that means for Oregon’s trees. read more read less

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