It was a good idea to buy a tree from a local forest service.
It could be a timber and/or wood tree and/and a tree that had been successfully tested.
It might be an old, fallen tree.
But the tree that arrived with the voucher was not a timber or wood tree, it was a tree produced by a forestry company, the Forest Service, according to a spokesperson.
“We don’t know who they are or what their purpose is,” she said.
The spokesperson said she had no idea what the purpose was for the voucher and it was unclear whether the voucher had been used to buy trees or not.
“The person who made the voucher obviously did not have a clue who they were or why they were there.
So it’s unclear how this voucher was used,” she added.
The spokeswoman said the voucher went to a person in the forestry service.
The voucher was first reported by The Huffington Post.
The forestry service is part of the Forestry Service of Oklahoma, a regional agency which manages land, forests and other natural resources for the state.
The Forest Service has a partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and Parks.
“I have not received a voucher, nor have I seen the voucher,” said Lisa Bower, an Oklahoma Department for Wildlife and Environmental Protection spokesperson.
She said the department did not get the voucher until this week, when the agency’s office of inspector general reported to the governor’s office.
“So that was my understanding of the voucher as it relates to the Forestry Department,” Bower said.
Oklahoma’s Agriculture Department also said it had no record of the vouchers, and the Forestry Office did not respond to questions about them.
The Forestry Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A spokesperson for the Forestry Services told ABC News the agency was in the process of working with the Forestry Program Manager on the voucher, but she did not elaborate on the process.
“It is important to note that no voucher was ever issued to any of the timber companies for use in the Oklahoma Forestry Program, and that we do not use vouchers as a form of payment,” she told ABC.
“However, we do use them to purchase trees from outside the Forestry program.”
The spokeswoman also said the company that purchased the voucher “is currently the recipient of a grant from the USDA Forest Service to buy more timber for the Oklahoma Forest Service and will be purchasing more from them for future use.”
The USDA Forest Services program aims to reduce deforestation in the US by helping to develop, plant and harvest timber.
The US Forest Service is part the National Agricultural Policy Foundation, a trade association that promotes federal policies that support farmers.
In a statement on its website, the USFS said it does not use subsidies for trees or other natural resource use.
The agency said it received a total of $2.7 billion in grants from the federal government from 2004 to 2014, and $5.3 billion in other forms of assistance over the same period.
It also said “no government agency funds are provided to a timber company or timber tree farm.”
The Forestry Program has previously received $9 million from the USGS to help develop and plant trees for the federal program.
The program also received $2 million from federal agencies and institutions in the past to help it identify and develop timber for its forests.
“This is a private enterprise that is participating in the Forest Program program and is able to pay the fees and collect payments for the use of its own trees,” the spokesperson told ABCNews.
The state’s Agriculture and Wildlife Department has not responded to ABCNews’ requests for comment on the vouchers.