We have heard from hundreds of Oregonians – urban, suburban and rural – who have signed up for our e-newsletter and print magazine, shared experiences and story ideas and thanked us for our efforts with our fledgling publication. Clearly, The Other Oregon has struck a nerve. As we strive to close the urban-rural divide and instead create strong connections all over the state, please help us by spreading the word. If you are a business owner or head of an organization, please consider supporting our efforts by advertising to our unique audience or by donating below.
- Rural stores are oases in food deserts
- Members of the LGBTQ community find home in rural Oregon
- Artist brings new life to old business
- Data centers a boon for rural Oregon
- RARE revitalizes rural communities with young professionals
- One rural tradition closed by virus, another continues
- Some ranchers resistant to use of antibiotics
- Publisher's Note
- Rural boarding schools combat distance, create connection
To help shape our coverage and defray our distribution expenses, we have asked a select group of rural Oregon entities to join our steering committee, based on their ability to provide a unique perspective on rural Oregon issues. The committee as a whole will represent a wide-ranging, diverse group that can help generate content ideas and advocate for rural Oregon.