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Salem:

Capitol Arboretum Within the boundaries of the Capital grounds exists hundreds of varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers. 900 Court Street, Salem. 503.378.4286. Best viewing Spring-Summer.

Silverton:

The Oregon Garden Thousands of plants in more than 20 specialty gardens. Includes water features, wetlands, a conifer garden, the 400-year-old Signature Oak, a garden just for kids, and the Gordon House, the only house in Oregon designed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. 503-874-8100 Best viewing Spring, Summer, Fall.

How to start an arboretum in your community

Define the intent of your arboretum Determine the location Design the layout Pursue funding sources Begin planting!

About the Oregon Department of Forestry:

The Oregon Department of Forestry provides technical, financial, and educational assistance to cities and community groups to help them reap the environmental, economic and social benefits that trees and forests provide.

The mission of the Urban and Community Forestry Assistance Program is to enable Oregonians to im- prove their quality of life by providing assistance to, and promoting investment in, our urban forests.

For more information, please contact: Urban & Community Forestry Program Oregon Department of Forestry 2600 State Street, Salem, Oregon 97310

Phone: 503/945-7391 Fax: 503/945-7416 Email: urbanforestry@odf.state.or.us Web: www.odf.state.or.us/uf

A Guide to Community Arboretums in Oregon

M t . P i s g a h A r b o r e t u m L a n e C o u n t y O r e g o n

Come and visit some well-kept secrets!

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