OSU unveils new purple tomato, 'Indigo Rose'

The "Indigo Rose" tomato steps out this year as the first "really" purple variety to come from a program at Oregon State University that is seeking to breed tomatoes with high levels of antioxidants.

Loss of river complexity contributes to flooding, but fish should survive

The loss of river channel complexity contributes to the effects of flooding and creates challenges for salmon, steelhead and other fish, but they should be able to survive the flood.

Online interest more than doubles enrollment in fisheries and wildlife

Since launching the nation's first online fisheries and wildlife degree two years ago, OSU haa more than doubled its enrollment in that field and now looks to begin an online master's program.