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Slide1:  Washington Forest Protection Association SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram: 5.2: WASHINGTON STATE FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1975 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide2:  Washington Forest Protection Association SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram 5.3: WASHINGTON STATE FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1995 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide3:  Oregon Forest Industries Council SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram 5.0: OREGON STATE FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1975 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide4:  Oregon Forest Industries Council SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram 5.1: OREGON STATE FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1995 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide5:  Relevant House and Senate Oversight Committees SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram 3.0 : U.S. FEDERAL PNW FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1975 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide6:  Relevant House and Senate Oversight Committees SUB-GOVERNMENT Diagram 3.1: U.S. FEDERAL PNW FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1995 This is a snapshot of the forest policy community following Spotted Owl litigation and Option 9 in which the center of activity had switched from Congress to the Courts and White House. Following the 1994 Congressional elections, the center of activity had switched back to Congress, and industry organizations gained increased access to decision making processes. Shading represents eco-forest groups. Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide8:  Ministry of Forests Environment and Land Use Cabinet Committee and its secretariat Council of Forest Industries Major Companies B.C. Opposition Parties and Federal Parties Legislature Tourist Industry Aboriginal Groups Nucleus of Power IWA Others SUB-GOVERNMENT DIAGRAM 7.0: B.C. FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1975 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Slide9:  Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans B.C. Opposition and federal parties Legislature Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks IWA Others SUB-GOVERNMENT DIAGRAM 7.1: B.C. FOREST POLICY COMMUNITY: 1995 Shading represents eco-forest groups Adapted from Wilson (1990: 146) ATTENTIVE PUBLIC Policy advocacy Policy participation Land Use Coordination Office Provincial Cabinet Land and Resource Management Sub-regional processes Protected Area Strategy Forest Practices Board Institutional Features by Jurisdiction:  Institutional Features by Jurisdiction

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