Sherman County farmers can take advantage of NRCS funding for using no-till methods.
The Owyhee Irrigation District has set the 2015 water allotment for its irrigation customers at 1.5
Transmission lines across farmland would be subject to greater scrutiny by county governments under a proposed bill in Oregon.
HoneyComb, the drone manufacturing company based in Wilsonville, was started by three young entrepre
Oregon's land use system has its critics, but a new study says farmland value has increased despite laws that limit development.
A bill that would encourage mediation between farmers engaged in disputes over biotech, conventional and organic crops in Oregon is headed for a vote on the House floor.
Witness accounts and numerous photographs convinced meteorologists that a small tornado did occur.
A final decision on taking wolves off the state endangered species list is not scheduled until August in Salem.
A Pendleton, Ore., attorney and wheat farmer won unanimous reappointment to a second term on the four-state Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
A proposal to extend canola production in Oregon's Willamette Valley was approved by the House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources on April 14. The bill now moves to a vote on the House floor with a "do pass" recommendation.
Oregon currently has the nation’s second-highest wage floor at $9.25 an hour, $2 higher than the federal minimum.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture is wrapping up its first round of collection events with two in May.
Marijuana production can ease the income test to build farm dwellings in Oregon, which will likely lead to land use rule changes, experts say.
Grass seed dealers would be required to turn inventory information over to Oregon farm regulators under a bill considered by lawmakers.