Crop and breed identification signs help travelers identify what is growing or being raised in fields along roadways all over the state. They are a great tool to help educate the public about Oregon agriculture and its importance to their daily lives.

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Throughout the years, the signs have evolved to be easier to read as well as maintain.  Oregon Aglink has placed more than 200 signs along the most traveled thoroughfares in Oregon, in partnership with Oregon Women for Agriculture. This program has been helping connect the public with agriculture for more than 3 decades.

If you are interested in putting signs on your land to help educate the public, please order online or contact Allison Cloo, Vice President of Operations at 503-595-9121 x106.