Oregon Travel Experience’s annual heritage publication, “Deep Roots” is now available to read online, or you may request a copy be mailed to you or your organization. (We have a limited amount of this publication, so make your request early.)
The newspaper-styled publication includes articles about OTE’s 2013 Class of Heritage Trees and our latest community historical marker projects. In addition, a column by local historian and author Richard Engeman (Chair of the Oregon Historical Marker Committee) provokes discussion about integrating digital technology and history.
“Deep Roots” is one of two heritage publications made available to the public free of charge. The “Guide to Oregon Historical Markers & Heritage Trees” (a booklet designed to travel in the glove compartment) displays a series of colorful maps showing the locations of markers and trees in our program.
Read “Deep Roots” online as a PDF (please allow a minute to load, this is a large file) or call 1-800-574-9397 to request your copy be mailed.