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Who finally broke the great San Francisco sourdough bread mystery? Helped make frozen concentrated orange juice tasty? Bred a better chili pepper and improved the taste of tortillas? Improved dairy cows and beef cattle, turkeys, and chickens? You knew it all the time; it’s the Agricultural Research Service! This illustrated booklet tells the ongoing story of ARS contributions to the abundance, variety, convenience, and healthfulness of the contents of American shopping carts.
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This publication is a colorful, illustrated booklet that gives the basics of Oregon forests including the common forest types like Douglas-fir and juniper woodlands, wildlife, ownership and management practices, laws, salmon protection, fire risks, wood processing and uses, and careers.
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Milk is a nutritional powerhouse packed with calcium and other essential nutrient’s that fuel your body and strengthen your bones. Order from our website and we will send you a class set to keep!
Please put the number of students in your class in the quantity section at checkout to ensure the correct number of supplies gets to you.
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From the forest springs a huge collection of industries that account for one out of 20 Oregon jobs. This publication looks at the wide range of employment opportunities available in Oregon’s forest sector.
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This handbook was created by scientists and farmers to promote the Oregon grass seed industry, and view the sustainability practices that are being taken on by farmers all across the Willamette Valley.
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This tri-fold shows students where the six different types of wheat in the United States is grown, and what they are used for. It also describes how wheat is shipped all over the world.
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Oregon Forest Resources Institute created this 24-page, full-color publication especially for 3rd and 4th grade students. It provides a grade-appropriate overview of Oregon forests, including forest ecology, tree biology, forest management and forest careers. It explores how we as a society need to balance economic, ecological and social values. Illustrations, puzzles and activities engage student interest.