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The current flag design became official on February 26, 1925. That flag was donated to Eastern Oregon University in 1954 by the grandson of former governor Walter M. Pierce. In 2010, the flag was restored. In the design there is Seal of Oregon in gold on an azure field. Above the seal the text "State of Oregon" is displayed in a wavy flow. The current flag was adopted on April 15, 1925.Check Answer
Douglas fir is an evergreen conifer species native to western North America. In Oregon and Washington, its range is continuous from the eastern edge of the Cascades west to the Pacific Coast Ranges and Pacific Ocean.Check Answer
Currently the Coast Douglas fir is the second-tallest conifer in the world. The tallest tree is coast redwood. Coast Douglas fir trees are tallest if we talk about the state Oregon. These trees are in average height between 246 feet to 330 feet and having a diameters up to 4.5–6 m.
The tallest living specimen tree is names as "Doerner Fir",which was previously known as the Brummit Fir, 99.4 m (326 ft) tall, at East Fork Brummit Creek in Coos County, Oregon. Archibald Menzies was the person who first documented the tree on Vancouver Island in 1791.
According to latest Researches, Douglas fir could grow up to a maximum height of between 430 to 480 feet tall. At this height water supply would fail. This tree is one of the world's best timber producers and yields more timber than any other tree in North America. The buds of this long tree have been used to flavor eau de vie which is a clear and colorless fruit brandy.