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About the Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture
Amy Garrett, our small farms extension agent, is conducting a dryland farming project that has a row of beans looking mighty vibrant...
The cinnabar moth is native to Europe and was brought to Oregon in 1960 as a biological control agent of the invasive weed Jacobaea...
The 2011 Permaculture Design Course Summer Intensive built a living mushroom fence using big leaf maple logs. Students in HORT 285...
Fresh produce is donated weekly to the Linn Benton Food Share both from student gardens and from our "Grow a Row for the Hungry...
Permaculture is the ethically-based integration and multi-functional use of plants to create a self sustaining ecosystem often modeled...
With all of the fantastic and interesting projects at the Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture it is easy to understand how many people...