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1,000 Expected at 30th Annual Auction

More than 120 volunteers will stage the 30th annual Oregon Women for Agriculture auction Saturday evening at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center. The organization, whose goal is to support and educate the public about the benefits of agriculture, hopes to gross $110,000 to help fund numerous statewide projects, according to President Debbie Crocker…
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The 2017 Ag Fest is Coming April 29-30th

Oregon Women for Agriculture invite you to join us at Ag Fest, April 29-30th at the Oregon State Fairgrounds, Salem. FREE for Children 12 & under and FREE Parking! Last year over 20,000 people attended Ag Fest to touch, taste and experience the amazing diversity of Oregon agriculture, in a fun-filled environment. The two-day event is aimed…
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Know a teacher? Encourage them to participate in SAI!

OWA Members Please Pass This Great Opportunity On To Teachers You Know! Time is running out! Earn 3 Graduate Credits from OSU. Apply to Master’s Degree or PDU Requirements. Food, fun and hotel included. Total savings $3,300! Summer Agriculture Institute (SAI) is a week-long graduate level course for K-12 educators who want to learn more about…
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Register Now for the 2017 OWA Convention

The Marion-Clackamas Chapter of Women for Ag invites you to join us at the 2017 Oregon Women for Agriculture Annual Convention: Cultivating Women Leaders, which will be held at the Oregon Garden Resort in Silverton February 16-18, 2017. We are looking to help grow and develop OWA members as leaders in the agriculture industry by…
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Start Here When You Shop Amazon

Oregon Women for Agriculture is an Amazon affiliate. That means that when you use our link (found in this blog or at the top of the OWA site) we get a small bonus for referring you. So make sure you stop by our website on the way to Amazon as your shop for gifts this…
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OWA Opposes Measure 97

Oregon Women for Agriculture opposes any additional taxes that would be burdensome to business owners, farmers, ranchers and the citizen of the state. Measure 97 has been billed as a way to make out of state businesses pay their fair share. However, that is not the case. It will affect many Oregon businesses, and ultimately all…
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