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Forest health

The Forest Health Program helps maintain and improve the health of Oregon's private and state-owned forests.

Our forest health professionals conduct aerial and ground surveys to 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.

Stewardship foresters, urban foresters, forest entomologists and pathologists can help landowners identify forest pest problems and develop strategies to manage pests. Contact a stewardship forester or the Forest Health Program for more information.

Factsheets & information

Drought impacts on forestry survey
Sudden oak death: Economic impact assessment

Maps & data

Forest health fly over video

Drought and forest health video

Bark beetles part 2 video

Bark beetles part 1 video

Bark beetles part 3 video

Resources

Organizations

Contact

Forest Health Program
Private Forests Division
2600 State Street
Salem, OR 97310
503-945-7395
Email

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