The Capital Press is a weekly agricultural newspaper covering the agriculture industry in and around California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The newspaper covers farm, ranch and agribusiness news & advertising.
Capital Press is an independent newspaper and media organization owned by EO Media Group. It is published every Friday in print, and online daily Monday through Friday.
CH2O, Inc. stands on a solid foundation where ingenuity and science are united to yield exclusive innovations. We create a common vision with our clients and become your partner. Our forward-looking team is an instrument for providing customized water treatment solutions to fit your needs. With our extensive laboratory and manufacturing capabilities, there are few limits to what we can do. From the time water enters your facilities until the moment it is returned to the environment, our diverse team will implement award-winning services and extraordinary technologies that serve your business – both economically and environmentally. We believe true innovation is the reflection of our clients’ success and must consider all complex issues unique to your business. Your satisfaction, by having water work for you, is our highest aspiration.
CH2O, Inc. was founded by a select group of chemists and engineers in 1977. The primary interest of this group was to form a specialty water treatment company to better serve public institutions, industries, and agriculture with new technologies. Their belief that innovation is about creating superior products and technical knowledge is the infrastructure of CH2O, Inc. today. Reducing customer risks and costs is accomplished through scientific analysis to determine customer needs.
Oregon Farm Bureau is a grassroots, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization representing the depth and breadth of Oregon’s diverse agricultural community. We give a voice to farm and ranch families at the capitol, in the courts, and within regulatory agencies.
Farm Bureau is Oregon’s most inclusive agriculture organization. Over 6,600 Farm Bureau member families raise all of Oregon’s 225+ agricultural commodities, from hops to hazelnuts, cattle to caneberries. All farm and ranch sizes — from 10 acres to 10,000 acres — and all farming methods — organic, conventional, biotech, and no-tech — are welcome and invited to join. We believe Oregon’s agriculture community is strongest when we’re united.