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Forest Health Management in Oregon
Program Mission & Highlights
Forest Health Specialist inside the cockpit during an aerial survey.
Aerial surveys are completed annually on all Oregon forests.
"Our mission is to maintain and improve the health of Oregon's non-federal forests."
The Department's forest health professionals conduct surveys, evaluations, and monitor forest insects and tree diseases. They provide technical advice and training in the use of integrated pest management principles to help professional foresters and landowners meet their management goals and objectives. 
Invasive Species! - Help STOP the spread of Sudden Oak Death! Learn more about this disease, its hosts, symptoms, eradication efforts and more.

Forest Health Highlights - Joint Publications of Oregon Department of Forestry and USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region
Stewardship foresters, urban foresters, forest entomologists and pathologists can help landowners identify forest pest problems and develop strategies to manage pests.

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