Tim Lillebo speaks to attendees regarding the Glaze Forest Restoration Project west of Sisters In 2007.
Soil scientist Terry Craigg (left) discusses with Tim Lillebo, a wildlands advocate for Oregon Wild, how he monitors the ground condition to ensure frozen soil that is ideal for logging in 2010.
A large group of people listen to Tim Lillebo give a talk about what a healthy Ponderosa forest should look like during a tour of the Glaze Forest Restoration Project west of Sisters during June 2010.
Tim Lillebo, seen here in 2010, was a longtime forest advocate for Oregon Wild.
Tim Lillebo sizes up the view from the summit of Lookout Mountain in August 2002. Hikers walk through an old-growth forest on the way up.
Tim Lillebo, left, crosses Glaze Meadow near Black Butte Ranch with Jay Ward, Maret Pajutee, with the Sisters Ranger District-Deschutes National Forest, and Asante Riverwind, of the Sierra Club in 2006.
Tim Lillebo, explains why the Glaze Restoration Project is an ideal opportunity for collaboration between conservation groups and Warm Springs Forest Products in 2006.