Oregon's Agricultural Progress magazine is a report to the taxpayers of Oregon from Oregon State University's Agricultural Experiment Station demonstrating the ways in which agriculture contributes to the economy, environment, and social structure of Oregon and the world. The print magazine was first published in 1953.
The magazine explores a wide range of public issues pertaining to food systems, ecosystems, water, innovations, economics, health, and people from all regions of Oregon. In addition to agricultural topics pertaining to farming and ranching in Oregon, Oregon's Agricultural Progress includes articles on the nursery industry and ornamental horticulture, flea prevention in pets, chemical and environmental hazards, pesticides, sport fishing, seafood and fisheries, nutrition, international agriculture, and the wine industry in Oregon. More information about print and web versions of the magazine held by the Special Collections and Archives Research Center is available in this this finding aid.