ODA finds big problems with little organisms……

This information was sent out in a press release from the Oregon Department of Agriculture.   ODA finds big problems with little organisms Fertilizer Program finds claims made for microbiological products aren‘t always met June 1, 2016… Although a product may promise special ingredients, would you be willing to pay $150 if you knew all it […]

2016 Annual Meeting Recap

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The OGCSA Annual Meeting was held at the Willamette Valley Country Club on Wednesday 25th. The day was started with speaker Jack Holpuch, Associate Director of Development in the College of Agricultural Sciences for OSU Foundation. Jack gave a historical overview on how the OSU professor endowment was created and how Brian McDonalds Turf Technician […]

Entries open for 2017 dog calendar

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Submit a photo of your golf course companion by Aug. 1 for the 2017 Dog Days of Golf Calendar, sponsored by Lebanon Turf. The winning cover dog’s owner will receive a $500 prize and $3,000 for his or her GCSAA-affiliated chapter. A $1,000 charitable donation will also be made by GCSAA and LebanonTurf in honor […]

Chuck Wolsborn in April issue of GCM

Chuck Wolsborn has been in involved in GCSAA’s Government Affairs for sometime and is also a Grassroots Ambassador for the Oregon Chapter GCSA.  Read Chuck’s article and learn more about these programs and the work he is doing and how you can also get involved. http://gcmdigital.gcsaa.org/i/655885-apr-2016/39

EIFG ~ Rounds 4 Research Wrap up

Imagine the functionality of today’s golf courses or the ability to manage them in an economically viable manner if there were no resources to fuel innovation, address challenges brought on by Mother Nature or respond to regulatory pressures. The absence of ongoing university-based research, education, advocacy programs and course operation resources threatens the ability of […]