Replanting. Keeping Oregon Enchanting.
Reforestation is key to making sure future generations have healthy and abundant forests. It's estimated in Oregon that 40 million seedlings are planted each year - three for every tree harvested.
Reforestation is the key to ensure that future generations enjoy a full range of forest values.
2020 Labor Day Fires : Economic Impacts
This economic impact analysis evaluates nine of the largest Labor Day 2020 fires plus three other fires
Private Forest Accord
The conservation community and forest products industry came together to create new solutions...
Oregon Forest Facts 2021-22 Edition
This easy-to-use reference booklet is loaded with charts, graphics and numbers.
Wildlife in Managed Forests: Forest Amphibians
Amphibians play an important and distinctive role in forest ecosystems. They occur across forested watersheds in...
Blog: PFA Collaboration and Compromise
This new blog post explains the goals behind this historic change to Oregon's forest practices.
OregonForests.org is a portal for information relating to the management of Oregon’s forests as environmental...
The Oregon Forest Literacy Plan, developed by OFRI in collaboration with a diverse, statewide group of forest...
Resources for Family Forestland Owners; 2022-2024
In Oregon, there are many sources of assistance available to forest landowners: expert technical advice, classes...
Big things, little things
Millions of trees are planted in Oregon's forests to benefit future generations.
Oregon is Trees
Keeping our forests thriving means continually planting trees. For every tree harvested, an estimated three new trees are planted in its place.