- Academic Programs
OSU’s Agricultural Sciences program provides engaging undergraduate education and research to address current and future agricultural needs in Oregon, regionally and globally.
2015 is the International Year of Soil. Why? “Essentially, all life depends upon the soil … There can be no life without soil and no soil without life: they have evolved together.” Charles E. Kellogg
Soils and the crops they support are precious resources. OSU Crop and Soil students and graduates play a role in ensuring health and food security for Oregon and the world.
Over 40% of the world and approximately 80% of the West are considered Rangelands. OSU’s EOANCP, an accredited Rangeland program prepares student to manage and sustain the resources needed to support communities now and for future generations.
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