In addition to the weekly tour, which Starker Forests operates from mid-June to mid-September, the company provides special tours for elementary school classes and other interested groups on other days of the week.
Oregon State University researchers are experimenting with different ways to help onion growers in t
The forecast calls for lower temperatures and higher humidity that should help firefighters.
Grazing occurs alongside Oregon spotted frog habitat, a federal biologist said that can actually ben
A $25,000 grant from Monsanto Corp. will allow the small farming community of Nyssa, Ore., to build a modern greenhouse that will include the advanced equipment necessary to allow the high school's ag education students to perform science-based...
Opinions about where the bucket should reside vary, even among the county commissioners.
More than 100 onion growers, seed dealers and other industry representatives attended Oregon State University's onion variety trial field day Aug. 26. The event provides participants a chance to judge 50 different onion varieties grown side by side under...
Oregon's hazelnut crop will be smaller than 2013, just as demand heats up.
The grants to farms and ranches are intended to spur economic development in rural areas.
The Citizens' Initiative Review panel on Sunday narrowly voted against recommending passage of Measure 92, an initiative that that would require labeling of foods with genetically modified organisms.
The longshoremen's union has lost two jobs plugging and unplugging refrigerated containers at the Port of Portland due to lagging productivity.
Longshoremen have OK's a new contract with Northwest grain handlers and will return to work Wednesday.
Blue Mountain Community College student Kevin Hawman is fundraising $90K to help the school purchase new irrigation equipment.
Truck driver Lynn Simonds of Salem told officers he didn’t see the train coming and began crossing at the intersection. When he did see the train, he says he tried to clear the tracks but couldn’t do so fast enough.