One of the ever present symbols of our state, Douglas Fir and other conifer based forestry is an industry and practice whose roots run deeply. Click the button below to be directed to a wide variety of information and resources related to the successful and healthy management of conifer stands.
Once dominant throughout the entire Willamette Valley, Oak woodland and savanna habitat currently exist in small fractured remnants throughout Polk County. With the value of these habitat types growing in importance, click the button below to find information and resources to help in the management of oaks.
YOUR LOCAL SOURCE OF CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION IN POLK COUNTY, OREGON SINCE 1966
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