Tanoaks are named for the tannin in their bark, which was traditionally used to tan hides. Tanoaks are curved when young and straighten out as they age.

Highly Evolved

Tanoaks exist in a category of their own. While they look like oaks, they’re actually the evolutionary link between oaks and chestnuts.

Lawrence Walters

“ I made up my mind that the forest will be a place for me and my family. ”

- Lawrence Walters

Unlike any other

Native to the western United States, this unusual species is known for its mossy exterior, leathery leaves, and spiny acorns.

Natural providers

Beyond providing tannin for tanning hides, these acorn-bearing trees are a food source for local wildlife.

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