The best solution – if you don’t want to simply ignore it, which is what I’d do – is to replace the oil pan gasket. How difficult the job is depends on 2WD, 4WD, or AWD and the Engine, and with the 4L 6 cylinder there’s an upper/lower issue too, for more info , www.repairpal.com. Suggest to be very careful to usethe correct torque if you try tightening the bolts. Overtightening the oil pan bolts may deform the pan surface, and then it will never be possible to stop it from leaking until you get a new pan. Also be careful not to misread the post above that says the torque is 80 in pounds. That’s INCH pounds. Not the common unit torque wrenches are marked, FOOT pounds. 80 inch pounds = a little over 6 foot pounds, very little wrench force needed.
One sidenote: Are you sure the oil pan gasket is why you are losing one quart per oil change? That’s not much of an oil loss. One quart per oil change could be the normal loss of oil getting passed the pistons rings, or getting burned in the engine via the pcv system. The more common place for an oil leak is the valve cover gasket,and that oil will eventually move to the bottom of the engine and get blown around by the wind and may appear at that point to be an oil pan leak, when it isn’t.