What's Up with This?
"Oregon received the largest payment, which was more than $146 million; California received $64.6 million; and Washington received $41.8 million."
"Since 1908, 25 percent of Forest Service revenues, such as those from timber sales, mineral resources and grazing fees, have been returned to states in which national forest lands are located." Oregon has 15,123,853 acres of Forest Service land and got $146,953,630.54, that is $9.72 per acre. Washington has 10,844,925 acres of Forest Service land and got $41,821,435.41, that is $3.86 per acre.