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Evergreen Foundation

The Evergreen Foundation is a non-profit forestry research and educational organization (EIN: 94-3112976). We were incorporated in Oregon in 1990 under Internal Revenue Service 501 (c)(3) guidelines which govern the conduct of all non-profits incorporated for religious, scientific, educational and charitable purposes.

Our mission is the help advance public understanding and support for science-based forestry and forest policy. To this end, we operate this website and we publish Evergreen Magazine, a periodic journal designed to keep our members, students, elected officials, grass roots groups and the news media abreast of issues and events that are impacting forestry, forest communities and the forest products industry.

Gary Morishima

Evergreen Magazine

Dr. Morishima discusses forest collaboration and hopes his management concept will allow forest landowners to work together on projects connecting tribal landownerships with neighboring lands... more

Dec 1, 2015 12:00 AM , Features

Ron Gray is vice president of the Northeast Washington Forest Coalition, a forest collaborative group based in Kettle Falls, Washington. Mr. Gray is also fuels manager for Avista Utilities 50 megawatt, all biomass power plant at Kettle Falls. more

Nov 4, 2015 12:00 AM , Features

Mark Teply is a senior scientist with Cramer Fish Sciences, a Gresham, Oregon consulting firm that works for federal, state and private clients in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Montana, California and Alaska. The firm offers a wide variety of services i more

Oct 7, 2015 12:00 AM , Features

Western Montana’s Salish-Kootenai tribe manages its fine forest for timber revenue and wildlife habitat.

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Western Montana’s Salish-Kootenai tribe manages its fine forest for timber revenue and wildlife habitat. more

Aug 4, 2015 2:05 PM , Photo Gallery

The scene of the 1966 Oxbow Fire

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Nothing about this beautiful setting suggests this was the scene of the 1966 Oxbow Fire, which burned about 42,000 acres of old growth timber in western Oregon. more

Jul 27, 2015 9:18 AM , Photo Gallery

Beautiful old growth sugar maple forest located in the Porcupine Mountains in Michigan

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Beautiful old growth sugar maple forest located in the Porcupine Mountains in Michigan more

Jul 24, 2015 3:09 PM , Photo Gallery

Our Forest Collaborative Part 4 interview with Mary Farnsworth drew so many questions from Evergreen followers that we were obliged to interview her a second time. more

Jul 17, 2015 2:24 PM , Features

John Ulrich’s award-winning Tree Farm south of Kalispell, Montana

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This thinning on John Ulrich’s award-winning Tree Farm south of Kalispell, Montana is typical of the way in which the state’s tree farmers manage their lands. more

Jul 14, 2015 11:38 AM , Photo Gallery

Fire-killed timber was removed from this state-owned forest in western Montana’s Bitterroot Valley following the disastrous 2002 wildfire season. a more

Jul 13, 2015 3:18 PM , Photo Gallery

Mount St. Helens reduces acres of land to

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In a single killing moment, the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens transformed more than 150,000 acres of prime Douglas-fir timber into jumbled piles of trees that looked more like pick-up-sticks than the forests they had been only seconds earlier. more

Jul 13, 2015 2:28 PM , Photo Gallery

In this fascinating interview, she discusses her hopes and frustrations with forest collaboration and her own remarkable transformation from “typical granola” to her leadership role in Idaho’s oldest forest collaborative. more

Jul 13, 2015 12:00 AM , Features

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