WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Friday, the US Forest Service announced it will soon release $67.8 million in payments to 18 Oregon counties under the Secure Rural Schools program.
Oregon is expected to receive more than $107 million in timber payments, once the Interior Department releases its funding to counties in the coming weeks.
A county-by-county breakdown of total payments was not available on Friday, but Forest Service payments by county can be found at this link.
Jackson County is anticipating more than $2 million; Josephine County is anticipating just under $1.5 million. Klamath County is expected to receive about $8.3 million. Lake and Curry counties will each get between $2 and 3 million. Siskiyou County will receive just over $8 million dollars from these Forest Service payments.