Healthy Forests

Oregon’s forests provide vital habitats, clean water, useful products and jobs. But we’ve allowed unhealthy forest conditions to prevail, threatening severe fire and insect infestations. Nearly 9 million acres of Oregon’s pine forests — mostly on public land — are in urgent need of thinning, controlled burns or other treatments.

The Nature Conservancy is finding solutions at a scale desperately needed. With your generous support, we:

•    Design new technologies to restore forests at a landscape scale.
•    Support collaborative forest groups to build consensus.
•    Demonstrate solutions to serve as models for future, larger projects.
•    Develop tools that offer rural communities opportunities to foster healthier forests.

Explore our work and see how, working together, we can have healthy forests and a thriving economy.

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