Warrenton Fiber

389 NW 13th Street

PO Box 100

Warrenton, OR 97146

Phone: (503) 861-3305

Fax:     (503) 861-2925

Warrenton Fiber Company

Historically, Oregon’s forest industry has provided revenues for Oregon’s schools, roads, and other infrastructure, in addition to much-needed family wage jobs – particularly in Oregon’s rural communities.  This industry has been crucial to Oregon’s economy and Oregon’s overall forest products sector continues to enhance and diversify Oregon’s economy.  Even with reduced historical harvest levels, Oregon leads the United States producing lumber. 

Currently, Oregon’s forest sector – including indirect economic effects – provides nine percent of Oregon’s jobs, ten percent of the state’s labor income, and eleven percent of the state’s economic output.

Oregon's forest sector helps provide:

9% of Oregon's jobs

10% of Oregon's labor income

11% of Oregon's economic output

$400 million dollars to state and local         governments in Oregon each year

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See Oregon Indicators of Sustainable Forests Indicator B: http://cms.oregon.gov/odf/indicators/pages/indicatorsb.aspx

Approximately $400 million dollars per year of forest-related revenues are being distributed to state and local governments in Oregon. These revenues support public services such as education, public safety, environmental protection, and forestry research. 

See Oregon Indicators of Sustainable Forests Indicator B.a:



In November 2020, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Department of Labor, and Department of the Treasury issued the Transparency in Coverage Rule. Based on Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements, it mandates payers post machine-readable files (MRFs) that list in-network rates and out-of-network allowed amounts on a publicly available website starting July 1, 2022.  That information is available in the following link to Healthcare Management Administrator: