The growth of community gardens on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation helps mitigate the impact of the food desert there.
The Oregon State University Extension Service connects Oregonians to science-based expertise, education, and partnerships including 4-H; public health; agriculture, forestry and natural resources; and community development.
A patent-pending commercial application known as Decoy has resulted in a 67% reduction in damage, on average.
Oregon Season Tracker aims to broaden discussion and understanding about climate science.
New information gives the promising olive industry a leg up in getting their orchards started.
Extension's new publication distributed to landowners in Curry County.
Sea Grant facilitators used conflict resolution tools and collaboration skills to help reach common goals.
Ocean Spray growers are relying on the fruit development data OSU provides to help them know when to harvest.
OSU Extension leads the charge to educate Oregonians about the importance of bees.
Exercise program consists of stepping, stomps and jumps