Virtual Farm Field Trips

Looking for virtual farm tours? Find field trips to Oregon farms and ranches on our YouTube channel!

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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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

Taking Care

Whether you’re pruning a perennial crop or changing worn out disc blades on your planter or something in between, now is the time of year when many producers in Oregon agriculture are taking care of the business around preparing for spring and ultimately harvest season. It’s the time when most growers have more moments and… Read More

Ag Safety Seminars Continue Online

Improved workplace safety means lower rates and happier customers for the state’s longest-running provider of workers’ compensation insurance. The annual ag safety seminars put on by SAIF are continuing into 2021 with a new look but the same principles. Instead of in-person seminars at locations around the state, English and Spanish sessions are happening online… Read More

Adopt a Farmer: The Early Teachers

Oregon Aglink is celebrating our tenth year of the Adopt a Farmer program. Each current issue of AgLink magazine will highlight important players from the early years. In 2011, the Adopt a Farmer program transformed from an idea to a reality when three teachers in the Beaverton School District took a chance and paired with… Read More

Member Feature: Capital Press

The yearly member feature in AgLink magazine has covered a whole range of Oregon agricultural producers and suppliers. From ranches to dairies and farms to nurseries, our featured members all have interesting stories to tell about their history, products, mission, as well as the teams and technology that keep them running. Turns out this year’s… Read More