Welcome to Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center!

Front entrance located on Hwy 205
Front entrance located on Hwy 205
Main office building located on Hwy 205
Main office building located on Hwy 205

Who we are:  Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (EOARC) is a cooperative research effort between Oregon State University and USDA-Agricultural Research Service focusing on rangeland ecology and restoration of wildlands, environmentally compatible livestock systems, forage crops, and alternative livestock systems in the sagebrush-steppe of the Great Basin and inland coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest. The Center's research program is unique in the integration of research about beef cattle, rangeland, wildlife, watershed, and forest management.



Range Field Day - was held on June 27, 2017 at the Northern Great Basin Experimental Range (NGBER).  Presentations are available on the link below:

Managing Wildfire, Where we are at and what's coming

Predicting Fire Outcomes Based on Fuels

Livestock Grazing for Fuels Management

Restoration of Sagebrush Rangeland and the Safe Site Concept

Seed Amendments to Increase Restoration Success


Range Camp 2017   It happened!!  Check back next year and make plans to attend our High School four day range camp.   For more information, please go to our Range Camps tab located to the far right →


2017 Science in the Sagebrush Steppe  College teams participated in a two day range camp April 27-30, 2017.   Check back next year for dates!

         See our Science in the Sagebrush Steppe video located to the right




YOUTUBE:  Do you remember our Ag minutes?  Have you seen presentations and want to refresh your memory about them?  Interested in learning more about EOARC-Burns?  We have all the information!!  We have established youtube videos for you to see.  The EOARC's channel can be found at:  https://www.youtube.com/user/EOARC.


Ecosystem Management for Sage-Grouse:  The Great Basin area of the western United States faces a host of challenges and threats to the health of the ecosystem including invasion of exotic annual grasses, altered fire cycles and juniper encroachment. There is substantial and growing concern over a number of sagebrush obligate wildlife species and greater sage-grouse have become the cumulative face of these concerns. This video discusses the need to address sage-grouse concerns within an ecosystem management framework which can benefit all the goods and services the land supplies, including habitat for sage-grouse.  See the video located above.

Pinon-Juniper information:  For more information, please see our website http://oregonstate.edu/dept/EOARC/pinon-juniper

Contact us:  67826-A Hwy. 205
                       Burns,OR 97720
                       Phone: (541) 573-8900
                       Fax: (541) 573-3042

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