While farmers chase the next crop, the agriculture game has changed.
The Regards to Rural Early Bird discount has been extended! The Early Bird registration rate now ends May 1 at 5 p.m. Register now and catch the discount!
Public hearing for House Bill 3526, a rare opportunity that has potential to impact Oregon's rural communities, will be held April 17.
Recruitment is now open for fall 2015 Ford Institute Leadership Program classes.
The Sandy-Government Camp Ford Institute Leadership Program cohort chose AntFarm’s bottles and cans program as its class project. AntFarm is a nonprofit organization which helps youth and elderly people in the community.
Cohort members of the South Lincoln Ford Institute Leadership Program selected a mosaic art bench and planter project for their class project.
The Regards to Rural app is now available for download on iTunes and Google. Get the app today and stay up to date on conference information.
USDA seeks applications to support rural businesses and create jobs through the Rural Business Development Grant program.
SOU Small Business Development Center is sponsoring RU bankable workshops, designed for the entrepreneur looking for capital from the bank, to be held April 22 in Medford and April 23 in Klamath Falls.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Agricultural Statistics Service reports that family-owned farms remain the backbone of the agriculture industry. The latest data comes from the Census of Agriculture farm typology report and help shine light on the question, "What is a family farm?"