Oregon's ag teachers and others say the ballot measure signifies renewed recognition of the importance of career and technical education.
The USDA Risk Management Agency has rejected Northwest wheat farmers' request to ease procedures to
Wildfires torched 186,317 acres in Oregon this year, the lowest total since 2010 and well below the 10-year average.
The Rev. Franklin Graham said he spoke to the occupiers every day until the takeover ended except for one day when he was traveling because he wanted to “save lives.”
Ammon Bundy and six co-defendants have pleaded not guilty to conspiring to impede federal employees from doing their jobs at the refuge during the standoff.
Five defendants face weapons charges.
2016 will be the fourth year in the past five that’s drier than usual in Baker County, Ore.
Oregon State's small farms center forms a funding partnership with Oregon Tilth, which does USDA organic certification.
Hop growers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho are concluding another harvest while pre-harvest inventories show supply maybe finally reaching demand.
Defense lawyers are expected to begin their case Wednesday by recalling several law enforcement officers who testified for the government.
Supporters of Josephine County's GMO ban won't have to pay the attorney fees of farmers who defeated the ordinance in court.
The report says nearly two-thirds of Oregon farm and ranch land will change hands over the next 20 years.
United Grain Corporation is forming a plan for investing in grain elevators purchased from Pendleton Grain Growers.
Prosecutors plan to wrap up their case by Tuesday afternoon.