Crops & Soil
Mateusz Perkowski

Oregon wetland inventory raises regulatory concerns

An inventory of Oregon’s wetlands is intended as an “early warning system” to prevent regulatory conflicts but some lawmakers worry it effectively expands government jurisdiction over

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Register now for OSU Extension Small Farm School

By Heidi Noordijk/OSU Extension AURORA, Ore. — Small Farm School, an educational program for beginning small-acreage farmers, is accepting registrations for its July 12 event at Clackamas

USDA axes organic checkoff proposal

USDA has terminated a proposed rule to establish a national research and promotion program for organic products, citing a “split within the industry in terms

Bees, farms a natural fit, researchers say

McIntyre Farms diversified its hay-heavy operations a few years back, planting some organic alfalfa and adding pasture pigs, grass-fed cattle and free-range chickens. But the

A U-pick orchard unlike any other

HARRISBURG, Ore. — Stephen Demergasso has plans for Detering Orchards. In his one year of ownership, Demergasso has added an agritainment aspect to the 120-acre

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