Oregon Women for Agriculture

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Speaking For Oregon Agriculture Since 1969

From board rooms, to colleges, to classrooms, fairs and the halls of the legislature the members of Oregon Women for Agriculture have been working hard to share the message about agriculture in our state.

Oregon Agricultural Facts

Oregon boasts over 220 locally grown commodities, the third most agriculturally-diverse in the nation. Learn more about the characteristics that make Oregon such a special place to call home.


There are over 160 farmer’s markets in Oregon. Farmers’ markets, farm tours, u-pick stands, and farm-to-fork meals are popular for the fresh and local foods they provide. 


Cattle are raised in all 36 counties in Oregon. In 2014, the Oregon Department of Agriculture Statistics estimated Oregon had 1,280,000 head of beef cattle.


The number of vineyards in Oregon has nearly doubled since 2005. Over 17,000 jobs are provided by the wine industry in Oregon. 


Eastern Oregon is the leading region in the country for onions, weighing in at about 1,724,700,000 pounds! Malheur, Umatilla, and Morrow counties produce the largest amount of onions.

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Save the Date!

Discover the bounty at the end of the Oregon Trail! Join us November 6-10, 2019 in Tigard, Oregon. The newly remodeled Embassy Suites is your ideal basecamp for a getaway[…]

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Oregon Women for Agriculture Convention: Golden Jubilee Celebration!

February 28- March 2, 2019 Spirit Mountain Casino, Grande Ronde Registration Early registration and hotel lodging is due January 29! Download the registration form and accommodations details here. Tours Participants[…]

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Linn Benton Winter Update

Our October meeting was held at Kirsten Pick’s home. We were excited to meet and welcome Rachel Nobel who is taking over Debbie Crocker’s position for Summer Ag Institute and[…]

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