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A little information about Oregon
Windswept Pacific coastline, rugged and majestic mountains, high desert land, gigantic redwoods, Douglas firs, evergreen forests, aspen groves, and deciduous forests are just some examples of the diversity that makes up Oregon’s landscape. This is a reason why droves of tourists flock to the state each year. Salem may be the capital, but Portland is the state’s largest city, and offers a wide variety of culture, business, food, and fun. Some of the major industries in the state include forestry, technology, agriculture, and tourism. Whether you are visiting Crater Lake, the state’s only national park, driving down the scenic coastline, or skiing on Mt. Hood, Oregon is a perfect place for both tourists and locals. Important Resources: http://www.oregon.gov http://traveloregon.com http://www.oregon.com