Courtesy Clackamas County Planning Department










The Pow-Wow Tree had been well cared for by the City of Gladstone and stands as an excellent example of this aged species. The tree has had an annual maintenance program overseen by an arborist for many years. Today, natural disasters are the greatest threat to the tree. The City of Gladstone is committed to continue to honor the city’s recognized ‘emblem’ with prudent tree care. With this recognition and appreciation, the tree will continue to be revered for its perserverance and historical importance to the community.

educational partners
Garden DesignGeorge Eastman House
Additional Sponsors

John A. Brooks, Inc. • The Brown Foundation • Charles Butt • The City of Charleston • Barb & George Cochran • Topher Delaney• Jungle Gardens, Inc. • Magnolia Plantation & Gardens • Marc Dutton Irrigation, Inc. • Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation • L. Cary Saurage II Fund • Jeff & Patsy Tarr • Seibert & Rice