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Analyst: Export market key to growth of Oregon microbreweries
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Analyst: Export market key to growth of Oregon microbreweries
An economic analyst says breweries should "reverse the Oregon Trail" and make more of a push to sell their craft beer out of state and overseas.

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Hermiston Farm Fair blossoms at EOTEC
Hermiston Farm Fair blossoms at EOTEC
The 43rd annual Hermiston Farm Fair debuted Wednesday at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center.
Portland hosts national Women in Sustainable Agriculture conference
Portland hosts national Women in Sustainable Agriculture conference
A conference in Portland brings together women farmers from across the country.
Marijuana testing poses regulatory quandaries
Marijuana testing poses regulatory quandaries
Oregon has 18 laboratories accredited to test marijuana, but just four are able to test for pesticides.
Hunting and fishing licenses available online again in Idaho
Dallas, Texas,-based Active Network reported a computer breach in August with the possibility that millions of records in Idaho, Oregon and Washington, including Social Security numbers, might have been compromised.
Food producers looking to go big have to deal with institutional hurdles
Food producers looking to go big have to deal with institutional hurdles
In an example of producers seeking potential markets among institutional food buyers, a Salem, Ore., company vies to supply hummus and veggie dip to the Houston School District.
Beef company recovers from rough patch
Beef company recovers from rough patch
Bartels Farms, a beef company in Eugene, Ore., is re-opening its slaughter facility after a USDA-ordered suspension.
News outlets want standoff juror names
The jury acquitted all defendants on Oct. 27 of conspiring to impede federal workers from their jobs at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Calf euthanized after wolf attack in northeast Oregon
The attack happened on private pasture in Wallowa County, where the majority of Oregon's wolf packs exist.
Big wine company makes a big move in Oregon
Big wine company makes a big move in Oregon
The California giant is building a 68,000-square-foot winery in McMinnville, in the heart of Oregon's Pinot noir country.
Movement seeks to bring back flood irrigation in some areas
Movement seeks to bring back flood irrigation in some areas
Conservationists, farmers, city leaders and water managers are working together to restore flood irrigation to replenish groundwater supplies and benefit wildlife.

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