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Membership Letter

While central Oregon is in a pattern of cooler than normal weather, and has received precipitation over the last twenty-four hours, fire danger remains high.  The US Drought Monitor for Oregon issued on July 7, 2016, indicates that most lands within the Central Oregon District (COD) fall into the “abnormally dry” category.  This reflects what…Read more »

Keep Oregon Green values its members, and we are constantly seeking new avenues to grow our membership base. Are you interested in the health and productivity of our state’s forests, rangelands and agricultural lands? You may want to know about some of the key activities we were able to accomplish this past year. Please refer…Read more »