The Willamette National Forest in partnership with Choose Outdoors are proud to bring the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree from Oregon to Washington D.C. for the 2018 holiday season.
The program is made possible thanks to the generous support of local and national partners. We invite you to take part in telling the story of the Willamette, the great state of Oregon, and the tree’s journey to the U.S. Capitol in 2018. Contact Bruce Ward, President of Choose Outdoors, to learn more.
Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors
Vick Sele - Travis & Jenna Northern and Tony & Shelly Larsen - Gone to Pieces Quilt Guild - Oregon Jamboree - Redfin - Oregon Hazelnut Industry - Daughters of the American Revolution - Yankee Dutch Quilts - Seamingly Creative in Sweet Home - American Legion Post #104, Aloha, OR - P.E.O. Chapter FA and DD - Sisters Quilt Guild - Sweet Home Art Quilters - Rollin’ Oldies Car Club - Camelia’s Candles - Tiptoe NW Pinecone Design - Camp Harlow - Thistillium Pottery - 3 Tree Tees - A Child’s Best Smile - Grand Salem Hotel - Cabela's - Feisty Fudge - Hoy's Hardware - Casa de Reyes - Pineway Golf - Sonia's Salon Essentials - The Point Restaurant
Special thank you to the 2018 tour host communities and partners:
City of Sweet Home - Sweet Home Community Foundation - Sweet Home Sanitation - Linn County Cultural Coalition - Murphy - Rice Logging, Inc. - Timberline Logging, Inc. - Robert L. Rice - Sweet Home Fire Women's Association - PacifiCorp - LinnCo Credit Union - Sweet Home Fire Department - McCool Millworks, Inc. - City of Albany - Albany Visitors Association - City of Springfield - Cabela’s- The Shoppes at Gateway - City of Eugene - McKenzie River Chamber of Commerce - McKenzie River River Ranger Station - City of Oakridge - Oakridge Chamber of Commerce - The Old Mill District - Visit Bend - City of Bend - City of Detroit - Oregon Office of the Governor - City of Salem - Oregon Department of Transportation - The City of the Dalles - The Dalles Chamber of Commerce - Baker County Tourism - City of Baker - City of Pocatello, Idaho - Fort Bridger State Historic Site - Bridger Valley Chamber of Commerce - City of Laramie - Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Site - City of Scottsbluff - City of Nebraska City - City of Perry - Perry City High School - City of Kansas City - City of Independence - Independence Parks, Recreation & Tourism - City of St. Louis - City of Harrison - Joint Base Andrews