Livestock groups say meat grown in a laboratory should face the same oversight, inspection and labeling requirements as conventional beef and pork.
Ag tour, Idaho and USDA efforts on cyst nematode are among the highlights.
Forest Service knew location of den that woman was working near
The aim is to achieve industrial-scale production 2-3 years later, with a typical hamburger patty co
Betsy Verhoeven said her immediate plans are to connect with growers in the mid-Willamette Valley, listen to their concerns and “get the word out that there is someone here.”
Oregon State University will receive nearly $500,000 from the USDA to study the effects of moisture accumulation in mass timber buildings.
Plant-disease forecaster looks to future of high-tech spore sampler.
A land-sharing startup called Tentrr matches landowners looking for extra cash with vacationers yearning for solitude under the stars
Scientists at Texas A&M University are hopeful they've developed the kryptonite for what's been a losing battle against herbicide-resistant weeds now choking cotton fields across the southern U.S.
Agencies followup on woman chased up tree by wolves
Thomas Maness, who served as dean of the College of Forestry at Oregon State University since 2012, died Thursday in Corvallis. He was 63.
What started out as an ordinary work day for Jerome resident Justin Firth suddenly turned into a life-or-death situation after he was impaled by a 3-inch wide, 110-pound spike
Adapt8, a company based in Salem, Ore., manufactures translucent plastic panels for greenhouses, has received a economic development grant from Marion County.
Organic food sales came to more than $45 billion in 2017, more than 5 percent of overall U.S. food sales.