When 4-H volunteers in Lane County struggled to meet a surge of memberships, Oregon State Extension 4-H staff developed an innovative solution.
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.
OSU Extension foresters have helped recruit and train a group of forest technicians who will help write more than a dozen basic forest management plans in northeast Oregon.
As summer turns to fall, Oregon’s cereal crop growers make decisions on the varieties of wheat or barley they will plant on their farm.
Annual Extension event helps gardeners successfully navigate the unique soils and extreme climate of central Oregon.
Results are helping central Oregon farmers make timely decisions on which cover crops to use and when in their annual planting cycles.
The growth of community gardens on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation helps mitigate the impact of the food desert there.
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.