Denim & Diamonds

Join us back in person on Friday, November 19th at the Salem Convention Center to honor our award winners and raise funds for the Oregon Aglink Foundation!

Since 1966

We are a private, non-profit volunteer membership organization dedicated to growing agriculture in Oregon through education and promotion; bridging the gap between urban and rural Oregonians.

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Add Your Voice

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.

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Agriculture Stories

Old Habits and New Normals

Folks who work in the fields, pastures, forests, and ocean space across our state are used to comparing year over year what is within the normal range of their operation by a variety of markers. Buds pushing out on fruit trees, heavy rain or lack thereof, bloom and pollination, pests or disease, and of course,… Read More

Adopt a Farmer’s Secret Ingredient for Success

While we often point out the important relationship between farmers and teachers in our Adopt a Farmer matches, one of the other important dynamics in the early years was the relationship between farmers and program sponsors.  The field trips and classroom visits at the center of Adopt a Farmer programming couldn’t happen without the farmers… Read More

Hard Times Don’t Have to Mean More Losses

On average, 700 people get killed per year while working in agriculture in the United States. While many agricultural jobs might have you working out in a field or shop by yourself, we know that most farms or ranches involve some sort of connection with other people, whether it’s fellow employees or family who help… Read More

Groundwork to Save Lives: Oregon Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network

In farming and ranching communities throughout the state, the unexpected loss of a respected colleague or loved one is a hard blow to those who knew them. This holds true when the death was intentional. Sometimes, but not always, it becomes clear that the person had been traveling a long and difficult road–one paved with… Read More