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.
Future Meeting Note:
The Oregon Sweet Cherry Commission will hold a regular commission meeting on August 17, 2022. More details to come.
5-22-18 At a Special Meeting held by conference call on Thursday, May 17, 2018 the Commissioners voted to accept the proposal from the Oregon Beef Council to provide Administrative Services. An Interagency Agreement between the two commodity commissions is voted and agreed upon each fiscal year to continue administrative services for OSCC using Oregon Beef Council staff and supplies.