While the Department of Horticulture's main facility is located in Corvallis, Oregon on the main campus of Oregon State University, a variety of locations and facilities around the state support horticultural research. 

Facilities at Oregon State University and in Corvallis

The Department of Horticulture is based on the 4th floor of the Agricultural and Life Sciences (ALS) building on the Oregon State University campus. The Ag and Life Sciences building also houses plant growth chambers, Soil Science, Environmental and Molecular Toxicity, Biochemistry and Biophysics, the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing and the Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program.

Address:
4017 Agriculture and Life Sciences Building
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-7304

Phone Numbers:
Main Office: (541) 737-3695
Fax: (541) 737-3479
Extension Horticulture: (541) 737-3464

Either on campus or located close to Corvallis, Department of Horticulture faculty, staff, and students also work and learn at the following facillities:

Members of the Department of Horticulture perform research and outreach at many locations around Oregon that include Branch Experiment Stations and Extension Offices.

Research Farms

The OSU Department of Horticulture operates two research farms which are located just east of Corvallis, the Vegetable Crops Farm (90 acres) and the Lewis-Brown Farm (115 acres). It also operates Woodhall Vineyard (14 acres), which is located west of Alpine. Plantings and field laboratories at these farms are used in field plot research work.

Contacts

Vegetable Crops Farm:
34306 NE Electric Rd
Corvallis, OR 97333
Randy Hopson, 541-737-3202

Lewis-Brown Farm:
33329 Peoria Rd
Corvallis, OR 97333
Scott Robbins, 541-737-5483

Woodhall Vineyard:
Corvallis, OR 97333
Scott Robbins, 541-737-5483

Branch Experiment Stations

These OSU branch experiment stations support horticultural research and outreach: