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  • ODF and partners work to preserve special recreation areas

    This is graphic depicting Oregon's Tillamook State Forest has been selected as a "Leave No Trace Hot Spot", and, in coordination with representatives of the Leave No Trace/Subaru Traveling Training Program, will host a series of events in and around the forest from June 3rd through 7th. The events seek to raise awareness about the challenges that can come from being such a popular destination for hikers, campers, and paddlers, as well as a unique piece of Oregon history. Join us in learning more about "Leave No Trace" ethics - from kayak clean-up on the Wilson River to evening campfire talks at near-by state parks, Wilson River water access trail restoration and participating in the Portland Rose Festival CityFair, events are FREE and OPEN to the public..

    Leave No Trace Events

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Wildfire Awareness Month
This is a graphic about "Wildfire Knows No Season" for Wildfire Awareness Month.



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E-NotificationThis is a graphic and clickable logo that links to the ODF E-Notify Website. 
Timber Sales on State ForestsThis is a graphic for timber sales.
Information on timber sales - advertised and results, log scaling, and log prices.



Social MediaThis is a graphic image of various social media platform logos.
You will find the Oregon Department of Forestry on various social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr.


Tillamook Forest Center This is a graphic of the Tillamook Forest Center Logo.
The Tillamook Forest Center is OPEN 7 dyas a week from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and admission is always free.  Visit today and "find yourself in the forest!"  
Forest History Center This is a photo of the Civilian Conservation Corps Statute at the Forest History Center.
Winter Hours: The Forest History Center on the Oregon Department of Forestry's Salem Campus is open during the summer on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and at other times by appointment. Come by and learn more about Oregon's forest past.