The goal is to reduce the colony from about 14,000 breeding pairs to 5,600 pairs by 2018.
Oregon State University researchers have detected the iris yellow spot virus in volunteer onions in
A proposal to create "control areas" for heightened regulation of GMOs has been resurrected in the Oregon legislature.
Funding is available for farmers and ranchers impacted by drought.
Detection of ergot spores in grass seed crops can help growers minimize the disease’s yield impact and avoid unnecessary fungicide applications.
Researchers are planning two three-day workshop on integrated pest management.
Gov. Kate Brown has taken steps to get aid to counties hit by drought.
No-spray pesticide buffers were included in a package of Oregon legislation recently.
A bill that would encourage mediation over GMO conflicts in Oregon is now facing opposition after initially facing no controversy.
A lone wolf that took up residence in Malheur County for more than five weeks has moved West into Grant County.
A study by Ecotrust, a Portland non-profit, says a more cohesive regional food system will support middle-size producers.
Oregon farmers contesting a county's ban on GMOs were in court Wednesday to argue that the ordinance is prohibited by the state's "right to farm" law.
An Oregon State University scientist is finding the disease in a “patchwork” pattern in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
The newly proposed rule would require that growers also apply to the department for an inspection and cover a portion of the program’s cost at a rate of $6.50 an acre. Each acre would need to be inspected twice, once early in the growing season...