Becoming a member of Oregon Aglink adds your voice to the story of Oregon agriculture as your membership dues support all of our programs and in return, you have access to all of our exclusive members-only benefits.
For most agricultural businesses, labor is the most expensive part of the budget – and at the same time the most crucial part of an operation, whether that’s on a farm or ranch or within a supplier or professional service provider for agri-businesses. People are the drivers of the work and the success of companies… Read More
Aging farm-owners, shrinking agricultural land, and working with the next generation were central points of the speakers’ panel on succession planning at the Oregon Aglink annual meeting. Succession at a Glance According to the Oregon Agricultural Trust, there are 16 million acres in agricultural production in our state. About 64% of that is changing hands… Read More
For farm and ranch owners, the citations and fines that OSHA might dispense for not having regular safety meetings can seem like all stick and no carrot. There are few tangible rewards for years of a solid safety routine with a designated safety committee. No one gives you a trophy for “most monthly meetings”! Really,… Read More
After two years with Oregon Aglink president Fred Geschwill, the office will pass to Abisha Stone through the next year. Her work with the executive committee has included some strategic planning sessions and the updated vision and mission statement on the Oregon Aglink website. Stone is the economic development manager for Yamhill county at SEDCOR,… Read More