Remainder of Boardman Tree Farm sells to irrigation farm, set for clearcut


The remainder of the 25,000-acre Boardman Tree Farm sold and will be cleared for potatoes and cattle.

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The Boardman Tree Farm is a distinct element of the Columbia Gorge landscape. Rows and rows of millions of hybrid poplar trees run next to the highway for six miles. GreenWood Resources, a firm that manages forests as investments in timber, has owned the tree farm since 2007, and it has become a community fixture.

Willow Creek Dairy, which leases land from Threemile Canyon Farms, bought 7,288 acres from tree farm owner GreenWood Resources for $65 million, according to Capital Press. The dairy is planning to use the land along the southern boundary of the farm, near Finley Buttes.

AgriNorthwest, a company from the Tri-Cities region, will use the land near the highway.

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