OSU Extension Service and agricultural research news

February 14, 2003

February 12, 2003

February 11, 2003

For some Portland area landowners, weekend chores mean more than cleaning the garage.

February 10, 2003

Talk about skyrocketing class sizes in education. Paul Heimowitz has the job of teaching 1.5 million students how to keep their watersheds healthy.
The state's most high-profile provider of non-formal education, the Oregon State University Extension Service—which has an office in every county—plans to shut down its Multnomah County office by the end of July because of a funding problem.

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