"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Oak Symbols

The oak is the national tree of many countries due to its symbolism of strength and endurance.

Oak Provisions

Acorns, buds, and twigs feed a variety of wildlife throughout the seasons.

Oak Uses

Viking Longships, dwellings, spirit barrells, and shade are among that many uses of oak wood.

illustration of white oak tree leaf and acorn

1000 forests can be yours, just plant the seed.

White oak

1 acorn = 1000 forests

The white oak was combined with other oaks to build the famous USS Constitution, also known as “Old Ironsides”.

Red oak

1 acorn = 1000 forests

Since American colonial times, this tree has been used extensively for lumber and landscaping. It is one of the most common oaks in North America.

Bur oak

1 acorn = 1000 forests

Lewis and Clark held council with the Native Americans under the already 150-year-old Council Oak, a famous bur oak in Sioux City, Iowa.