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Many of us can think of one-lane roads – paved, gravel, or dirt – that wiggle all around our state. They’re usually far away from clusters of cars, stop lights, and buildings. Full of memories, stop-worthy views, and very few people, it’s not until you meet another vehicle that you must solve the problem of […]
Name an organization for education and outreach about agriculture in Oregon and there’s a good chance Dona Coon has been involved at some point. Oregon Women for Agriculture? Past president of state and local chapters. Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom? Key board member in its early growth and continued development. Summer Ag Institute? […]
What does it mean to build a legacy? Does it come from one generation, or are we constantly building on the work of those before us and hoping those after us will continue the work? If your legacy is hard work and innovation, that means the process never stops. At least that’s what seems […]
Oregon Aglink has partnered with Oregon Health and Sciences University to host some dietetic interns each Fall during their rotations. This year, our intern Phoebe Luc wrote blog posts on some popular Oregon crops, their health benefits, and where we might see them on our table or in markets. — Oregon’s Apples Leading with Fuji […]