Oregon Department of Forestry

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Oregon Department of Forestry
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NIST Sector Public Safety
GICS Industrial Commercial & Professional Services
Smart Tag(s)
Business type State Government
Year Founded 1911
Founder(s) State of Oregon
City, State Portland OR
Country United States
Region Served State
Executives Cal Mukumoto
Revenue $10.50 B€ 9.24 <br />£ 7.77 <br />CA$ 13.335 <br />CNY 66.465 <br />KRW 12.867 <br />
Number of employees 46802
Sponsorship Level Of Interest

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To serve the people of Oregon by protecting, managing, and promoting stewardship of Oregon's forests to enhance environmental, economic, and community sustainability.


ODFGIS.jpg GIS Resources from the Oregon Department of Forestry
Oregon Department of Forestry's GIS Data is maintained by the Information Technology Department's GIS Unit.



  • Healthy and resilient forested ecosystems and watersheds, with functional aquatic and terrestrial habitat, supporting vibrant local communities and providing quality outdoor opportunities for all Oregonians.
  • A workforce that reflects the diversity and values of Oregonians and a safe, inclusive, and supportive workplace that values all employees and allows them to reach their full potential in providing excellent public service.
  • An organization and culture that responsibly and collaboratively manages the public resources to achieve the outcomes valued by Oregonians.
  • An innovative and adaptable organization with sufficient resources and appropriate polices to achieve its mission.

Core values

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our business
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Safety in the workplace
  • Respectful, strong, collaborative relationships
  • Engagement and cooperation of all Oregonians
  • Leadership in professional forestry
  • Innovation based on sound science
  • Excellent, efficient, and effective service
  • Individual initiative, effectiveness, and hard work