Reforestation assistance for landowners who need to replant after the wildfire.
Do you need to plant trees? Have you ordered the seedlings you need? If you need to plant trees and have not been able to find seedlings, please fill out this survey form. Consider signing up to be included in a new program to provide seedlings at fair market prices for landowners affected by the fires.

Due to the wildfires, along with previously planned reforestation demand, availability of tree seedlings and tree planters is expected to be far short of what is needed over the next few years. OSU Extension is working with the Oregon Small Woodlands Association, the Oregon Department of Forestry, US Forest Service, and other partners to assess the reforestation need and develop extra capacity to produce seedlings and plant trees.

We want to know who needs trees (and how many) in order to set our targets for aggregated seedling orders for people who have not been able to find trees. We are working on an order for 2021-2022, to be followed by longer range nursery orders to meet expected demand over the next several years.

If you are interested in ordering seedlings through this program please use the survey form to get on our list and we will get back in touch with you to confirm details.
Contact and property information
At a minimum, please provide your name, contact information, property location, and estimated acres of forest or number of trees you need to plant. It would also be useful for us to know other details listed if you can provide them at this time.
Owner name
Mailing address
Phone number
Property location
Approximate elevation
Reforestation information
Acres to reforest
How much of the area you wish to plant will be salvage harvested?
Estimated number of seedlings needed
When do you plan to replant?
Clear selection
Estimated Percentage of seedlings needed by species:
Grand fir
Incense cedar
Ponderosa pine
Valley ponderosa pine
Western redcedar
Other species
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