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Stories by Peg Herring
Oregon sweet cherries make their mark on the world.
Fighting pests with basic instincts
Pacific Albacore Tuna
Home to Oregon's seafood entrepreneurs
Move over iceberg. Salad has transformed from a pale, watery wedge to a medley of sunny colors and flavors.
Good breeding is at the heart of the West Coast oyster industry.
Defining a new vocabulary for craft brews
Cracking the genetic code for barley has opened up a world of possibilities for the world’s oldest grain.
Good for the Bird, Good for the Herd
A ranching community works together toward rangeland conservation.
Q. How can kids learn where food comes from?
A. Teach the teachers (in the Summer Ag Institute).
Keys to the Kingdom
Genomic research of fungi reveals the secrets behind penicillin and pale ale