Planning for the future, by planting for the future.
Oregon forest landowners plant an estimated 40 million trees every year, to ensure that future generations will have healthy, thriving forests.
Reforestation is the key to ensure that future generations enjoy a full range of forest values.
Finding Common Ground
Learn more about the Private Forest Accord, and the new laws and practices that resulted from this historic effo...
Oregon Forest Facts 2023-24 Edition
This pocket-sized booklet serves as a detailed reference guide to Oregon’s forests and forest-based economy.
OregonForests.org is a portal for information relating to the management of Oregon’s forests as environmental...
Wildfires are a natural occurrence in Oregon’s forests, especially in the state’s “dry forests,” where periodic ...
The Oregon Forest Literacy Plan, developed by OFRI in collaboration with a diverse, statewide group of forest...
Wildlife in Managed Forests: Early Seral-Associated Songbirds
This publication offers scientific background and solutions for managing young forests to promote songbird habit...
Resources for Family Forest Landowners; 2023-2024
In Oregon, there are many sources of assistance available to forest landowners: expert technical advice, classes...
An illustrated pocket guide for visitors recreating on private and managed forestlands
Planting for the Future: 2023-24 Educational Advertising
By planting trees today, we supply the products needed to build homes and community spaces for future generations.
Always Replanting : 2023-24 Educational Advertising
Oregon forest landowners plant approximately 40 million trees every year.