Family farm operations are among the 2014 award winners announced by Oregon State University's College of Business.
An improved logging and milling infrastructure for western juniper may have surprising spinoff resul
Contributions and spending on Oregon's ballot measures continue to increase in the final week of the election campaign.
With a $200,000 USDA grant in hand and "five years of ideas" in his head, an Oregon turkey and chick
The Willamette Valley Ag Expo will offer a variety of classes again theis year, include a session on forklift safety and CORE pesticide classes.
The federal government must review the removal of flowering rush, an invasive weed, under environmental laws before the plants can be yanked from new sites along the Columbia River in Oregon.
An Oregon pollinator task force has completed a report to the state legislature with proposals to improve bee health.
Dine Around Oregon, a part of the annual Willamette Valley Ag Expo, will again spotlight Oregon-grown foods this year.
Drivers will be charged 1.5 cents a mile, with their distances tracked through one of several options, including a daily diary, GPS system or odometer device.
A USDA rural development grant may expand the market for juniper lumber, which might be good for threatened sage grouse.
BLM forester Shane Durant said the agency met National Environmental Policy Act requirements with a special exclusion that allowed timber slated for harvest on an existing sale to be salvage logged.
The Walkers were arrested in 2013 after authorities said they staged at least 10 cockfighting derbies in a barn at their ranch in Irrigon, Ore., 175 miles east of Portland.
Wednesday’s sewage overflow is the third such event in 2014.
Supporters and opponents of GMO labeling measure spar at OMSI event.