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This site belongs to our students, alumni, donors and friends. Post photo's, invite people to join and connect with old friends.
Current students, prospective students, and alumni interested in keeping in touch with the Department of Biological & Ecological Engineering events and activities.
Faculty and students in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife acquire, integrate, and disseminate knowledge about fish and wildlife at all levels of biological organization.
Oregon’s horticultural industries and gardens include a prolific array of crops, plants, climates, and people interested in a tremendous diversity of enterprises, applications, and activities.
Get involved! Help build a stronger student government for the College of Agricultural Sciences!
We are the OSU Ambassadors for Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resources. We are upperclassmen in the Colleges of Agriculture Sciences and Forestry. We are here to connect you to resources, help with your transition to university life, and support and encourage your success through a unique, personal mentoring program. We’ll answer your questions! Meet with one of us.
The OSU Ag Ed Club is an opportunity for those interested in agricultural education, literacy and advocacy, a way they can participate in activities that will better themselves in their future careers in agriculture.
Keep in touch with alumni from the Department of Food Science and Technology! Share in the developments at FST.
Open to members and those interested in joining the Fraternity of Alpha Zeta, an honors agricultural fraternity at Oregon State University.
The Food Innovation Center is a collaborative effort between Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Agriculture. We are a place to learn about food products and process, and grow your food company.
This group is a forum for people to ask questions and find "tested" home preserving recipes. Questions will be answered by Certified Home Presevers.
The Oregon State University Master Gardener Program is an Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service program that educates Oregonians about the art and science of growing and caring for plants. This program also facilitates the training of a highly educated corp of volunteers. These volunteers extend sustainable gardening information to their communities through education and outreach programs.
This is a group for everyone who is interested in 4-H at Oregon State University
Outreach in Biotechnology (OrB) connects you to accurate information about how biotech is used for food & fuel, and the implications this has for public health, ecological stability and economic viability.
IHSA stands for Intercollegiate Horse Show Association and Oregon State University has it's own team in this nation wide organization. There are 8 zones in the US and each of these zones contain several regions which have several different college teams in an area. OSU is in Zone 8, Region 4.
Looking for a team to jump with? The Oregon State University Hunter/Jumper Team is a group of dedicated riders who practice and show together on the USEF "A" rated circuit and in the OHJA local system. The team holds schooling shows and other events to raise funds for horse shows. We provide a place to meet people interested in showing hunters and jumpers and a chance to learn from each other's experiences while working towards a common goal.
This is a group for Environmental Sciences students at Oregon State University.
The world is changing, and we make discoveries every day. Terra tells the stories of scientists and engineers at Oregon's land grant university.
The Visitor Center at Oregon State University's Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center is one of the most popular attractions on the Central Oregon Coast, with exhibits, programs and classes to help you learn more about our ocean planet.
The Oregon State University Extension Service provides research-based knowledge and education that strengthens Lane County’s economy, sustains natural resources, and promotes healthy communities, families, and individuals.
We bring the university to you!
We're an "Extension" of Oregon State University, offering a wealth of educational programs and information to you in Douglas County. We provide Research based information to help you live a more productive life.
Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center (COARC) is a cooperative research effort between Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences and the OSU Extension Service.
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Whether you're new to the valley or a longtime resident we hope you find this resource page helpful. We just LOVE Corvallis and wanted to share all of the wonderful things this city has to offer with those who are interested. If you know of any ...upcoming events, please, feel free to post them on this forum.
Cool science presentations in an informal atmosphere where you can interact with experts and where there are no silly questions. No scientific background is required - just bring your curiosity, sense of humor, and appetite for food, drinks, and knowledge! Science Pub Corvallis is open to anyone and everyone; no RSVP is necessary. Tell your friends. We hope to see you there!
We are dedicated to helping children grow in their knowledge of agriculture, the environment, and natural resources for the benefit of Oregonians today and in the future."