Nature has a home at the Oregon State Fair.

Our Natural Resources area is hard to miss:
just look for the towering evergreen trees.

Oregon’s natural resource agencies are committed to the services we provide to Oregonians. We continue to be supportive of the Oregon State Fair, but due to circumstances caused by the pandemic, we have made the decision to not staff the Natural Resource area this year.

You can still expect an educational experience. Take a self-guided tour and learn about wildfire prevention, home defensibility, and campfire safety, how to get started crabbing, clamming, fishing, and hunting, and how you can help wildlife in Oregon by supporting migration corridors and preventing poaching and the spread of invasive species.Together, we can make a difference in protecting the natural spaces and wildlife of Oregon.

Agency mascots and staff look forward
to being back and seeing you at future fairs.

Herman the Sturgeon, Smokey Bear, and JR Beaver

Keep Oregon Green Association

Oregon Department of Agriculture

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Oregon Department of Forestry

Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

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The Oregon State Fair recognizes that COVID-19 is unpredictable, and, if the need arises, will comply if any health and safety protocols are issued by the State of Oregon, Marion County, or the City of Salem, should they impact this year’s Fair.

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