Oregon’s timber creek will be a national monument

Oregon’s iconic wooded creek is expected to become a national park as the state moves to designate it as a timber resource.

State Sen. Michael McAllister (R) said Thursday the bill will be sent to Gov.

Kate Brown, who will decide whether to sign the bill.

The bill has passed both chambers of the Oregon Legislature and is headed to Brown for her signature, McAllisters office said in a statement.

The bill would create a national historic wilderness area to protect timber from logging and other industrial activities.

The Oregon Department of Forestry and Parks said it expects to receive the bill this week.

It has asked the U.S. Forest Service to help with its work, according to a statement from the agency.

In the 1920s, timber companies established the timber country in the region known as the Oregon Trail, which connects the Willamette Valley with the Pacific Ocean.

The Willamett River is the state’s largest source of drinking water.

The river is a major artery for wildlife, providing water to thousands of people a day and connecting to the city of Portland.

The state is seeking to protect the river from industrial development by creating a national timber resource protection zone.

In the past, the federal government protected timber from other uses.

The timber industry has been lobbying for the designation for years.

But the timber industry said it’s been stymied by environmentalists who say the timber is essential to the economy and the health of the region.

Oregon has a population of around 40,000 people, according the Oregon Department for Environment and Natural Resources.