Stewardship in Oregon and beyond is part of our character in the College of Agricultural Sciences, whether that means ensuring the safety of salmon populations, keeping our water supply safe or helping farmers restore native ecosystems while running successful businesses. We do this work with an eye toward the future, and for providing opportunities for our students to keep our planet healthy for future generations.
An international program works to improve lives and livelihoods with aquaculture.
Tiny samples of living tissue reveal the genetics of salmon recovery.
For the sake of fish and birds, Caspian terns are getting new digs across Oregon.
OSU research helps keep seafood safe and sustainable.
OSU researcher Ramesh Sagili investigates the cause of honeybee decline.
A perennial partnership of ecologists, hydrologists and ranchers is renewing Oregon’s grasslands.
Graduate student Sarah Allan tracked toxins after the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.