Notable trees that once graced Oregon
There are notable trees aplenty in Oregon, and you may have visited some of them on weekend forays across the state. However, trees have finite lifetimes. They are vulnerable to disease, rot, weather or humankind incidents. While not all of the trees represented in the“tree memorial” are Oregon Heritage Trees, during their lifespans many were beloved in their communities and by tree aficionados.
We will be …
We are pleased to invite you to become a sponsor to Oregon’s Grove of the States. This is a unique opportunity to participate in the restoration and preservation of a historic Oregon arboretum with national roots. Download a copy of the Sponsor Letter (PDF).
What is the Grove of the States?
Located at the southbound I-5 French Prairie Rest Area (where over two million visitors stop each year), the Grove was conceived by former …
OTE Heritage Program maps in digital format
The OTE Oregon Heritage Tree and Historical Marker Map Brochure remains one of our most popular and widely used publications. However, if you don’t want to clutter up your auto’s glovebox with another map, you now have an opportunity to view it digitally in a handy book-style format.
The brochure lists all of the latest Heritage Tree and Historical Marker sites across Oregon. Each section …
Newsletter of the Oregon Travel Experience Heritage Programs
Oregon Travel Experience is proud of its connection to Oregon history. Many people don’t realize that not only do we manage highway business signs and highway safety rest areas, but also oversee two critical heritage programs: Oregon Historical Markers and Oregon Heritage Trees.
This publication holds information about the latest events and news concerning both OTE heritage programs and is available from our office …