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ENTERPRISE — A thinning project on the East Moraine Community Forest to protect forest health is planned to reduce an outbreak of bark beetles near the Turner Lane trailhead.

Known as scolytus, or “fir engravers,” the insects are threatening forests across the Blue Mountains. The Oregon Department of Forestry highlighted the threat from the beetles in its most recent report on forest health.

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