The Reforestation, Nurseries, and Genetic Resources (RNGR) Team ensures that nursery managers, reforestation and restoration specialists, and others in related fields receive timely information. The growers and users of the approximately one billion native plants (grasses, forbs, shrubs, and trees) produced each year in the United States must have the best information to assure that (1) production can be as efficient as possible, (2) outplanting performance justifies costs, and (3) reforestation and restoration plantings meet desired outcomes. This need is especially apparent in underserved communities, such as Native Americans and citizens of the U.S. insular areas (e.g., Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and American Samoa). The quality of these products and the effectiveness of the RNGR team have been recognized through several tribal and Forest Service awards, including the Earle R. Wilcox Award from the Intertribal Timber Council, the Two Chief's Partnership Award, RMRS's Outstanding Technology Transfer Publication, National Forest System's Celebrating Wildflowers Award, and the Office of Tribal Relations Professional Excellence Award. Additional information on RNGR and its extensive library can be found athttp://www.rngr.net.