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Group photos Texas OODs
Five days of oaking in the Lone Star State.
Roderick Cameron | Oct 21, 2023
Tour Participants on Fiddler Peak
An account of the Tour guided by Sean Hogan
Website Editor | Oct 19, 2023
Quercus pacifica
An collection specializing in native Californian oaks
Christina Varnava | Oct 18, 2023

Plant Focus

A small but mature Alabama sandstone oak producing acorns © Patrick Thompson
A Critically Endangered dwarf oak 



A new study sheds light on why some oaks survived a recent multi-year outbreak of an invasive moth

The Status of Quercus oblongata


An attempt to settle the matter of this controversial name


Dr. Suresh Subedi, Assistant Professor at Arkansas Tech University, presented an ongoing project that analyzes herbarium specimens of oaks collected in Arkansas, USA.

Oaks: The Key to Sustainable Landscaping


A guest article from renowned author Douglas Tallamy describes the key role native oaks play in sustaining biodiversity.


The Morton Arboretum and United States Botanic Garden (USBG) announce a new partnership to advance the conservation of threatened trees in the United States.

GCCO in the Americas


First joint meeting of the Global Conservation Consortium for Oak (GCCO) in the Americas

Keeping Tabs on Quercus boyntonii

Quercus boyntonii acorns

Conservation work focused on Alabama sandstone oak

A Propagation Manual for Quercus—in Spanish

Emory Oak Collaborative Tribal Restoration Initiative

Emory oak near Young, Arizona © Nanebah Lyndon

Emory oak acorns are a critically important commodity for Western Apache Tribes

Oak-Focused Seminars Online

Ecological Landscape Alliance

Murphy Westwood and Tim Boland presented on oak diversity and conservation.