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The event was held in the field to illustrate how two residents prepared their homes and surrounding area to have a better chance of withstanding wildfire and to urge residents to organize a Firewise USA community.
Kym Pokorny |
Jun 3, 2022 |
Resilient and productive forests and natural ecosystems
The course launched in October and included six field trips of about eight hours each and four after-school sessions.
May 2022 |
Out there: Serving Oregon
Extension is one of three OSU Statewide Public Service programs that serve Oregon’s diverse landscapes and communities. We learn with and from those who are most impacted by Oregon’s most pressing issues. We are building bridges among our state’s communities around shared goals and values that result in real solutions.
The corn earworm can cause serious damage to outdoor hemp grown for smokable flower and CBD production in Oregon. Here's what hemp growers need to know to identify, monitor and control the corn earworm.
Govinda Shrestha |
Aug 2022 |
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