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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Wheat of the World in Oregon

By Matthew Ernst for Growing Oregon magazine All flour is not created equal, which is why the special characteristics of Oregon wheat make it ideally suited for a wide variety of foods ranging from Asian noodles to Egyptian flatbread. The state’s ...

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Oregon Farms Growing the Next Generation

By Rachel Bertone for Growing Oregon magazine Families own the majority of the nation’s farms, and when it’s time to pass on that legacy, a farmer usually looks to their children. When a young entrepreneur who doesn’t come from a family ...

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Diverse Paths, Same Destination

By Mitch Lies for Growing Oregon magazine At age 80, Eastern Oregon farmer Don Lieuallen isn’t driving the combine anymore. But he shows up every day to his family’s 2,400-acre century farm to balance the books, check crop management schedules and, ...

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