With high temperatures around state, the Oregon Department of Forestry is reminding people to water their trees.
Signs of distressed trees include leaves that are curling, wilting or appear scorched.
Cynthia Orlando, an ODF spokesperson, said deep watering is essential.
"Using a soaker hose and letting the water get down deep on all sides of the tree so that it soaks all the way down into the soil," she said. Additionally, she recommended putting out mulch to help retain moisture and maintain soil temperatures.