The Reforestation, Nurseries, and Genetics Resources (RNGR) team of the USDA Forest Service offers several technology transfer services to people growing forest trees and other native plants. Listed here are four publications that we recommend.
Forest Nursery Notes is a semi-annual news and literature service that is available for free. Send your address to Tom Landis at the email address below.
This seven-volume series of books is a complete guide to growing and plant management. To purchase CDs or download the PDFs, visit rngr.net.
Thomas “Tom” Landis, Editor, Forest Nursery Notes; Author of
The Container Tree Nursery Manual; Nursery Specialist - Emeritus
Web site: rngr.net
Learn all about growing and the uses for native plants in the Native Plants Journal. You can view past issues and subscribe by visiting the web site listed below.
Kasten “Kas” Dumroese,
Editor, Native Plants Journal;
Research Plant Physiologist
Web site: nativeplantnetwork.org
Tree Planters’ Notes delivers a variety of information on nursery production and outplanting of trees, shrubs and native plants for reforestation, conservation and restoration.
Diane Haase, Editor, Tree
Planters’ Notes; Western
Web site: rngr.net/publications