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It's PRIME...time for the --> Clark Meat Science Center retail store is open TODAY from 12-5:30pm. Products include fresh and cooked/smoked sausages, retail cuts, jerky, Beaver Classic Cheese & MORE. 3260 SW Campus Way, next to the Motor Pool.
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Have a Gouda Day with the ! TODAY from 11am-1pm @ 159 Withycombe Hall. Come try cheddars, Swiss, Provolones and cheese curds...oh my!
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In the wake of 2018's federal Farm Bill, the growth of hemp farming is now a vibrant part of agriculture in the US and abroad. But what exactly IS "hemp"? OSU's fields FAQs and presents the latest research: *updated photo
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 22
HAPPENING TODAY! Want to engage in service, coursework with faculty and with your fellow students abroad? Check out 's info session for 20+ programs in 2020. Wed, 1/22, 3-6PM, SEC112
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 21
🎉Congrats🎉 to professor John Selker who has won the University of Concepción's prestigious Centennial Award on behalf of his team's water resource work in Chile's Ñuble region.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 21
Interested in the intersection of Big Data and agriculture? Look no further than the Biocomputing and Research *PAID* Internship! This 8-week program is hosted on the OSU campus from 6/15-8/7/20 Apps are due on 2/28/20. For more info, visit
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 20
The College of Agricultural Sciences celebrates Dr. King's message of equality, humanity, and service today and every day.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 18
Researchers tie the massive Pacific seabird die-off four winters ago to a heatwave dubbed "The Blob". Prof Selina Heppell, chair of at , said it’s long been known or suspected that there were big impacts from the marine heatwave.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 17
The is back! Try and curds TODAY until 1pm @ 159 Withycombe Hall. Come try five cheddars, two Swiss, two Provolones and cheese curds...! Let those curds get in your whey...get to the cheese!
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 17
Whaddaya know! It's the --> Clark Meat Science Center retail store is open TODAY from 12-5:30pm. Products include fresh and cooked/smoked sausages, retail cuts, jerky, Beaver Classic Cheese & MORE. 3260 SW Campus Way, next to the Motor Pool.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 17
Looking to rep your follow students and gain valuable skills in the process? Applications are now open for 's 2020-2021 Ambassador Program! Want more info? Open House TODAY: 9AM-12PM, Strand 148 Applications are due Mon, 2/3 by 5pm!
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 16
Great choice! Professor Rodgers is an amazing writer, teacher, and person. Congrats!
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OregonStateUnivExt Jan 16
In a new video, Oregon State University graduate student and fellow Max Combest explains issues related to Potato Virus Y – the most serious problem facing the potato industry in the U.S.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 16
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 16
OSU's Integrated Plant Protection Center is now the Oregon IPM Center! The revamped center features new programs and continues its dedication to innovation in sustainable agriculture and integrated pest management, in Oregon and beyond! Learn more at
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 16
🚨FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES!!✏️ Stop by Champinefu Lodge TODAY from 2 to 5 p.m. to get some school supplies including notebooks, binders, pens and more. The event is free to attend and is hosted by the OSU Waste Watchers Club.
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 16
By drawing together native plants and pollinators, “Gardeners want to connect to nature and the heritage of plants that grow in the Pacific Northwest,” says Weston Miller, horticulturist with .
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 15
Got an abundance of cardboard? shows you how to put it to work in your garden:
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Chris Branam Jan 14
Research from Oregon State University is showing that agriculture and development don’t have to be at odds from a production standpoint. Story by .
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OSU Ag Sciences Jan 14
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