Oregon Agricultural Education Foundation
For more than 30 years the Oregon Agricultural Education Foundation, a 501c3 organization, has delivered educational programs through the Oregon Farm Bureau to increase agricultural knowledge and understanding for all Oregonians.
The foundation’s strength is putting donation dollars to work in programs that connect farm leaders, inspire future leaders and honor Oregon’s rich agricultural heritage through four active projects.
Apply for the 2024 Oregon Farm Dog of the Year below by April 1st!
Join us on Friday, June 14th at Wooden Shoe Winery when we announce the 2024 winner.
Congratulations to Dog & Bill and Georgia Lodge the 2023 Oregon Farm Dog of the Year.
Hear from 2022 Farm Dog of the Year owner Cindy Murdoch of Timberview Farm and Ripley here.
OAEF project websites provide more detailed information about their events and impact.
Oregon Farm Bureau Memorial Scholarship delivers significant scholarship dollars to full-time college students majoring in agriculture-related fields.
Oregon Century Farm and Ranch Program officially designates family-owned agricultural operations in business for 100 and 150 years.
REAL Oregon offers an intensive professional development experience for future leaders in agriculture and natural resources.
Summer Ag Institute West June 17-21, 2024, hosts K-12 teachers on farms and ranches, awarding academic credit through Oregon State University.
Financial contributions are essential to delivering these high impact educational programs. Any level of support is greatly appreciated and qualifies as a charitable contribution under state and federal rules and regulations.
If you are interested in including the foundation in your estate planning to support your legacy of giving please contact the director. For more information, email Foundation Director Sherri Noxel.
Thank you for your support of Oregon agricultural education!