Oregon’s Working Landscape
Everyone knows Oregon as one of the rainiest places in the United States, with some areas getting over 100 inches of rain annually. But did you know that all that rain gives Oregon the capacity to flourish as one of the most agriculturally productive states in the country? There are over 35,000 farms, 114,500 miles of rivers and streams, and forestland is responsible for 48% of the state’s land cover. It contributes greatly to the national output as its top agricultural commodities are greenhouse, cattle, and hay. To learn more about Oregon’s agricultural process and its working landscapes, follow the link below:
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