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Storm Damage At Famous Farmhouse

By Oregon Family Farm Association,

Between Christmas and New Year’s Day, heavy winds following a severe ice storm caused an enormous tree to topple and nearly strike one of Oregon’s most famous farmhouses. Continue reading

Oregon AG Exports UP 25%

By Oregon Family Farm Association,

Exports of agriculture from Oregon farms increased 25 percent during the past six years, according to an Oregon State University economic analysis report. Continue reading

Record Rainfall Helps End Most Oregon Wildfires

By Oregon Family Farm Association,

Although record-breaking September rainfall has curbed much of the danger from wildfires, the moisture proved too little for dry drought-damaged communities in eastern and southern Oregon, according to the Oregonian/Oregon Live. Continue reading

New Federal Rules Get Tighter On Local Hemp Farmers

By Oregon Family Farm Association,

Oregonians growing hemp in Oregon will find themselves operating under more stringent rules in 2022 as the state Hemp Programs comes under rules established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Continue reading

Wildfire Smoke Cause 29% Grape Harvest Drop

By Oregon Family Farm Association

Oregon vintners in 2020 harvested its smallest crop of grapes in seven years and saw production and sales drop accordingly. Continue reading

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