Our Impacts

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Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station

The Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station is Oregon’s principal source of knowledge relating to agricultural and food systems, discovering new knowledge to improve quality of life, environmental quality, and economic development in rural and urban communities. The station has 11 branch stations in 15 locations and more than 400 scientists in 28 academic disciplines working across the state. Last year, AES brought into Oregon more than $59.8 million in federal research funding. 

The Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Forest Research Laboratory and OSU Extension Service are the OSU Statewide Public Services that are helping to build Bridges to Prosperity


Building Bridges to Prosperity:  Our solutions


Oregon’s Agricultural Progress Magazine is a rich resource for more stories with an extensive archive.


Impact Assessment Reports
by Bruce Sorte, Extension Economist

Bruce Sorte, OSU Extension Economist, has written a series of reports to examine economic, environmental and social impacts to Oregon.