Editorial: Millions of dollars for Elliott, but none for the children

Federal and state government own more than 60 percent of the land in Oregon, but still no price is too high for those who believe the Elliott State Forest must stay in government hands.

The Elliott’s 82,500 acres are constitutionally required to be managed to raise funds for the Common School Fund to help pay for K-12 education. But restrictions on logging have turned the money-maker into a money-spender in recent years.

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