The Oregon Sweet Cherry Commission (OSCC) was formed in 1989 by a majority vote of cherry growers in the state. The purpose of the commission is to coordinate assessment revenue collected for research to improve agricultural practices and cherry production and to participate in promotional efforts to increase cherry sales domestically and internationally.
This website is being set up as a centralized contact point for OSCC activities and to help share industry information with cherry growers around the state. Please feel free to contact the OSCC office with your suggestions and comments.
Future Meeting Note: The next OSCC regular meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 15, 2018 beginning at 9:00 a.m. The location of the meeting is the Extension Annex meeting room at Mid-Columbia Ag Research & Extension Center, 2990 Experiment Station Dr., Hood River, OR. The agenda will be posted under the OSCC Board tab at least two weeks prior to the meeting. An RSVP to the OSCC office is appreciated to ensure proper accommodations. See the News tab for other upcoming industry meetings.
The 2017 Cherry Pest Management Guide for the Willamette Valley is available now.