The Western Oregon Tribal Fairness Act was passed and signed into law in January 2018. Title II of the Act conveyed portions of federally owned (previously Bureau of Land Management lands) amounting to seven parcels totaling 14,742 acres. Dispersed throughout the ancestral territory of the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians (CTCLUSI), each tract is culturally and/or economically significant and will play a vital role in the future for the Tribal self-determination and sovereignty. These lands, now held in trust by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), will be managed in accordance with applicable federal and tribal laws, according to the desires of the membership of the Tribe.
Tribal Members login for more information on the Tribal Forestry Management including:
- Tribal Forestry Survey
- Informational Films
- Maps of the seven forest tracts