Golf Ball Drop

A limited number of golf balls are available to purchase for a chance to win $1,000 while supporting the Adopt a Farmer program! We'll load them into a helicopter and drop them over a hole on Friday, August 12th - first one in wins!

Since 1966

We are a private, non-profit volunteer membership organization dedicated to a connected Oregon, where producers and communities share an informed understanding of agricultures in our state.

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Connect Oregonians with Agriculture

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

On Purpose

Farming is many different things depending on the year, but so often can feel like a test in perseverance and a roll of the dice. When farmers talk with middle school students on their Adopt a Farmer field trip, they share about some of the risks of growing a crop like unpredictable weather or unforeseen… Read More

Pre-Harvest Lunch in The Dalles

Oregon Aglink has a long history of showing up at industry and community events going all the way back to its early days as the Agri-Business Council of Oregon. Since Oregon Aglink represents agriculture in all its forms and locations, our staff and board members love to meet the growers, processors, and supporters wherever they… Read More

Safety Snapshot: New Heat and Smoke Rules from OSHA

It’s no fluke that advertisements often show someone working on a farm or ranch when they want an example of working hard and pushing through discomfort. That iconic image of wiping sweat from your brow or taking a drink of water on a hot day is familiar and easily understood. That expectation of “we already… Read More

Growing Success in Molalla

You know the old saying: necessity is the mother of invention. A piece of equipment breaks and the genius in the farm shop is able to weld together something even better. Market prices look unfavorable or the weather is unpredictable and agricultural operations in Oregon adjust as needed. Oregon agriculture has endured as much because… Read More