Project Partners

We are fortunate to have many fantastic organizations and companies who are committed to ecological restoration. We are honored to work with those represented below to restore understory ecosystems in Southern Oregon and beyond.

 
 
 

Understory Consulting LLC

Understory Consulting is our for-profit sister organization. They provide ecological consulting and restoration services to a variety of land managers in Oregon and have a strong commitment to native plant community restoration and conservation.

bureau of land management

The Bureau of Land Management's mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

Fresh Energy

Fresh Energy’s mission is to shape and drive realistic, visionary energy policies that benefit all. Together we are working toward a vision for an economy we thrive in and energy that ensures our well-being.


Rogue Native Plant Partnership

The mission of the Rogue Native Plant Partnership is to facilitate diverse resilient ecosystems in tandem with a more robust native plant materials economy in the Rogue Basin by taking on many of the challenges in the native plant procurement process.

J. Herbert Stone Nursery

The J. Herbert Stone Nursery is the largest of six nurseries in the US Forest Service system and supplies native plants and seeds to federal agencies of western united states.


Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center

The Oregon State University Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Extension Program aims to promote improvements in the economic, environmental and social well-being of Oregon citizens. Oregon agriculture is immense; in 2011, it was a $5.2 billion dollar industry just at the farm gate for 220 commodities.  This translates into about $11 billion in total economic benefit and 150,000 Oregon jobs. We have 40,000 farms, almost 90% of them owned by individuals. And, of 17.2 million acres of land in agriculture, over 62% of these farms are less than 50 acres, so family farming remains vibrant here.