Oregon Champion Tree Registry
The purpose of the Oregon Champion Tree Registry is to raise awareness of and appreciation for Oregon's largest trees. It has archived the largest tree of each species since 1941. However, it is more than just a list. It provides important information to help protect Oregon's iconic champion trees. The archive now recognizes the longest living tree in the Pacific Northwest, the Limber Pine, as well as the tallest known Douglas-fir.
The Status column specifies the following:
- National Champion (NC), Co-Champion (NC-C)
- State Champion (SC), Co-champion (SC-C)
- Pending Verification (PV)
List Update: May 1, 2013
Within this site you will find discussions about the importance of champion trees, instructions for nominating a champion tree and resources for measuring trees.