Reforestation assistance program
Oregon State University Extension and the Oregon Department of Forestry thank you for responding to our seedling needs survey in the past few months. Due to the 2020 wildfires and the recent ice storm, the demand for tree seedlings is still much greater than the current anticipated supply. This email is a follow-up to the first survey in order to share information and get an update from you on your seedling needs.

This new survey will capture changes and further information about your situation. This is needed in order to connect our existing nursery orders with landowners and make additional orders if necessary. Also, it is clear that many landowners need help in planning their reforestation effort and deciding what to plant and where. Your responses to this new survey will allow us to connect you with further assistance for planning and implementing your reforestation effort. Carrying out the steps needed for successful reforestation can be challenging and we wish to provide help where needed.

Currently on order, we have Douglas-fir in Dec ‘21-April ’22, February ’23, and February ’24, and Western Red Cedar in February ’23. Some Ponderosa Pine and Incense Cedar will be available in February ’22 for the Umpqua and Medford areas. Approximate cost ranges between 60 and 90 cents per tree.

Please respond to this new survey. It is *REQUIRED* if you wish to receive seedlings through this program with ODF/OSU Extension.
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Owner name *
Mailing address *
Phone number
Geographic Location/Fire Footprint
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Property location
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Approximate elevation
Are you enrolled in a reforestation Cost-Share Program?
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Do you have a planting plan (map of areas to be planted, species mix, trees per acre, exposure, competition treatment, etc.)?
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Do you have a consultant or planting contractor lined up to plant seedlings?
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Estimated Acres to replant
Estimated number of Seedlings needed (forestry standard for areas with no residual trees is 350 - 400 trees per acre west of the Cascades, 200-350 in Eastside dry forests, which accounts for some losses due to mortality)
Do you want to be contacted by the Oregon Department of Forestry or Oregon State University Extension to help develop your planting plan and answer questions about reforesting your property?
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When will you be ready to plant?
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A down payment may be necessary to reserve seedlings. Are you willing to commit to seedlings by making a monetary down payment?
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Estimate percentage of seedlings by species
Not all species may be available in all areas (please enter only numbers, 10 = 10 percent)
Western hemlock
Grand fir
Incense cedar
Western red cedar
Ponderosa pine
Some watershed councils across the state are working to have availability of other tree species and shrubs. Please indicate if you are interested.
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