Oregon

  • Oregon Community Trees
    • Urban forestry leaders from around the state formed the Oregon Urban and Community Forest Council (now referred to as Oregon Community Trees) in 1991. The 501(c) non-profit organization was established to promote urban and community forestry in Oregon. With the support of the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF), Oregon Community Trees (OCT) provides a forum for members to share ideas, develop new programs, and offer or seek advice and assistance to improve the care of community trees.
  • Friends of Trees
    • This Portland, OR group brings neighbors together for tree planting and tree care projects. Friends of Trees also distributes information on how to protect our urban trees and provides educational information for children and adults. Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) Member.
  • Nearby Nature
    • Nearby Nature is a Eugene-based, non-profit educational organization which helps people develop and sustain healthy personal relationships with the natural community.
  • Oregon Association of Nurseries
    • The Oregon Association of Nurseries, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer membership organization that represents more than 1,500 nursery stock producers, retailers, landscapers and allied companies in the nursery and greenhouse industry.
  • Portland’s Forest Park Ivy Removal Project
    • Information about a group that is working to remove English Ivy from the trees in Portland’s famous park. English Ivy is a non-native plant that causes trees to prematurely decline.
  • State Government – Oregon
    • Oregon’s official state web site.
  • The Trees of Reed College
    • Detailed maps and descriptions to help visitors identify more than 1,000 trees on the campus of Reed College in Portland, Oregon. The site includes photographs and botanical information for many tree species.
  • The World Forestry Center
    • Nonprofit Forests/Forestry museum in Portland, Oregon. Open everyday with exhibits and programs for all audiences. Also operates demonstration forests and international fellowship program.
  • Trees of the Pacific Northwest
    • This gorgeous site, presented by Oregon State University, helps you identify common conifers in the Pacific Northwest.

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