Index of Ohio Trees
The Discovery Forest
Guide for Healthy Trees
History of Ohio's Forests
Benefits of Planting & Growing Trees
All About Buckeyes
Celebrate Arbor Day
Project Learning Tree PLT
The Information and Education (I & E) section provides Ohio's citizens with opportunities to learn about and experience the best that Ohio's forests have to offer.
Division of Forestry
2045 Morse Rd.
Columbus, OH 43229
Visit the Farm Science Review at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center (September 18 - 20, 2012)
Paul Bunyan Show at Guernsey County Fairgrounds (October 5-7, 2012)
2012 Teacher Field Days educational program for graduate credit held June 12 & 13 at Vinton Furnace State Experimental Forest. Agenda (pdf) & Registration Form (pdf)
Tree Seed Collection & Storage (pdf) An August 2008 Ohio Woodland Journal article
Trees To Textbooksmp3
Prescribed Burns Improve Ohio Forestsmp3
MORE AUDIO and VIDEO
Through additional education, you can become informed stewards of the land. The Division of Forestry is committed to helping Ohioans and other visitors understand the full importance of well-managed woodlands.
To assist in educating Ohio's youth, the Information and Education section coordinates Project Learning Tree workshops so educators and youth leaders can incorporate quality environmental education into their lessons or programs.
What has a tree done for you lately?
Those short and tall, woody stemmed plants with leaves or needles are true wonders of nature. From the air we breathe, to a 2 X 4 in your home’s wall, the tree has proven to be "humankind's best friend."
Foresters around the globe are trying to manage the world's forest so they are healthier, more plentiful and at the same time provide the many products we all need to survive.
Please take a moment to realize just how many things in your everyday lives can be attributed to trees.