A Place to Grow
What it looks like to be on the ground, and digging in the dirt with the Organic Grower’s Club.
OSU’s Organic Grower’s Club is an all-volunteer, student-run project that gives students the opportunity to grow healthy organic food. The proceeds from the farm go directly back into farm operations, fund summer internships, and are used to support many philanthropic activities in the Corvallis area.
To get the most out of your experience, you want to be involved!
Students who participate in one or more extra-curricular activities learn how to manage their time and do better academically than students who don't get involved.
OSU and the College of Agricultural Sciences offer you numerous opportunities to be active and to gain leadership skills.
The College of Agricultural Sciences has numerous clubs and activities based on your area of academic interest. And, you can engage in athletics, social, spiritual and cultural groups — and a whole lot more.
New Fields is a window into many, largely student-driven activities among undergraduates enrolled in our College of Agricultural Scineces at Oregon State University
Other avenues of involvement
Organization Development and Planning Resources