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The Beaver state encompasses 63 million acres, just over 98,466 square miles. Located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, neighboring states include Washington to the north, Idaho to the east, and Nevada and California to the south. Oregon’s western border is formed by the Pacific Ocean, its northern border is partially formed by the Columbia River, and its eastern border is partially formed by the Snake River. The origin of Oregon’s name is debated. It may derive from a 1715 French map referencing the Wisconsin River as “Ouaricon-sint.” It’s also possible that the name stems from the French word “ouragan” which means “hurricane,” referencing the strong gusts of wind along the Columbia River Gorge. Oregon became the 33rd state of the union in 1859.  Oregon is nicknamed the “Beaver State” in honor of the heavy presence of fur trade in the early years of the state. The state flower is the Oregon Grape, and the state bird is the Western Meadowlark. The state is made up of 36 counties. Salem, located just southwest of Portland, is the capital and the second largest city. Portland, on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, is the largest city.
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Douglas County, OR
This property has been run as a cattle ranch for years. Excellent hay pasture. The home has been updated kitchen and living room. The ranch has over 160 acres of rolling pasture for grazing and approx 36 acres of irrigated hay ground and a hay barn t...
246± Acres
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$1,250,000
Klamath County, OR
Have a Dream? You can most likely do it here. 3100 sf 3 bed 2 bath with attached 2 car garage. 2 sinks, double ovens, 2 dishwashers, pantry, heated bathroom travertine floors, recirculating hot water, 400 amp electrical service, internet. Woodshop, G...
9.9± Acres
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$1,100,000
Douglas County, OR
Remodeled and updated Fisher Rd. home on the famed North Umpqua River. Vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, Large windows overlooking the river, Decks, and master bedroom and bathroom. Chefs kitchen. Guest Studio with private bath. Irrigation from the ...
1.3± Acres
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$950,000
Douglas County, OR
This beautiful Farm is located a short drive east of Myrtle Creek Or. The home has had the kitchen updated with all new cabinets. There has been a new bathroom added upstairs. The den has River rock stone fireplace with pellet stove insert. The home ...
201.89± Acres
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$895,000
Douglas County, OR
Secluded, Private, Quiet, and endless views. Wildlife abounds ample decks to enjoy the scenery. Could easily be a 3 or 4 bedroom with the addition of a few walls. The beautiful wood decor throughout. Home is an open concept with large picture windows...
80± Acres
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$799,000
Douglas County, OR
Beautiful horse property on 8.47 acres updated manufactured with lovely details, clawfoot tub in guest bathroom. Build your dream home on a second site with manufactured home of no value overlooking valley, pond with fish surrounded with merchantable...
8.47± Acres
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$555,000
Wheeler County, OR
PRICE REDUCED TO $395,000! Rare find ~ This unique holding features spectacular views of the John Day River and includes replacement dwelling approvals to build 2 homes! Beautiful, serene setting with mixture of desert range land, rock outcropping...
83± Acres
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$395,000
Douglas County, OR
Come make this gorgeouos 3 bedroom 2 bath house your home! Plenty of room to bring all your toys and a shop for all your projects. This house features brand new painting throughout, new carpet, updated lighting, a new water heater, and a converted ga...
0.4± Acres
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$369,500
Jackson County, OR
This terrific 78 +- acre 360 degree panoramic view property could be the perfect getaway, bug out, off grid or hunting property for you and your family. This stunning parcel goes from a grassy knoll into a timbered canyon and back up to rolling oak S...
78.08± Acres
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$350,000
Douglas County, OR
Nearly 5 acres of potential and spectacular views of Mount Scott and surrounding valley. Electricity, Water, and septic all located at upper home pad waiting for your manufactured home, RV, or even your site built home. Concrete pad for garage. Pond,...
4.72± Acres
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$199,000
Douglas County, OR
This unique 10.56 acre lot has a newly cut-in road and possible home site with a beautiful view of the valley.  UBW water with meter installed next to the road near the south end marker.  Power available at road, had an old perc test it is ...
10.56± Acres
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$150,000
Douglas County, OR
This unique 10.56 acre lot has a newly cut-in road and possible home site with a beautiful view of the valley.  UBW water with meter installed next to the road near the south end marker.  Power available at road, had an old perc test it is ...
10.56± Acres
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$150,000
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Douglas County, OR
Want to be in a country setting and have the convenience of city life? This is the spot for you. Here you will find flat land with a creek and wildlife right in your backyard! Within 5 minutes of Roseburg and a short drive to the North Umpqua River w...
0.53± Acres
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$90,000
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Regions

Oregon has six main land regions: Oregon Coast Range, Willamette Lowland, Cascade Mountains, Klamath Mountains, Columbia Plateau, and Basin and Range Region.

Agriculture

Agriculture, an 8 billion-dollar industry, continues to be Oregon’s top industry for revenue generated in the Beaver State. There are approximately 37,200 farms in the state, covering 16 million acres. The average size farm comprises 425 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 36 counties. Oregon’s top commodity is the greenhouse and nursery industry, followed by cattle and calves. The state also grows substantial quantities of dairy products, milk, hay, and grass seed. Most of the cropland is found in the Willamette Valley. Alabama’s most valuable crops are cotton and soybeans. The state also grows substantial quantities of cattle, poultry, and nurseries. Most of the cropland is found in the northern Alabama area of the state.

Wildlife

Oregon provides diverse habitats for its abundant wildlife. Primary wildlife  include elk, deer, antelope, bear, cougar, bighorn sheep, and Rocky Mountain goat. The combination of both fresh and salt waters creates a diverse ecosystem for many fish species in Oregon. Freshwater species include lamprey, sturgeon, salmon, and trout. Saltwater species include salmon, steelhead, halibut, and tuna. Oregon has multiple conservation efforts designed to protect its wildlife and fish habitats, recreational land, national forests, and state parks.

Main Rivers and Lakes

Oregon’s three major rivers are the Columbia River, Snake River, and Deschutes River. Their main tributaries include the Kootenai River, Willamette River, Teton River, Falls River, and Cultus River. The largest lake in Oregon is Goose Lake. Located on the Oregon/California border, the surface area of this lake is approximately 94,080 acres (147 square miles). Other significant lakes include Upper Klamath Lake, Malheur Lake, and Lake Abert.

State Parks

Oregon has 52 state parks and 1 national park.

National Parks

  • Crater Lake
State Summary
Nickname Beaver State
Neighboring States Washington, Idaho, Nevada, and California
Regions Coast Range, Willamette Lowland, Cascade Mountains, Klamath Mountains, Columbia Plateau, and Basin and Range Region.
State Flower Oregon Grape
State Bird Western Meadowlark
Big Game Elk, deer, pronghorn, and bighorn sheep
Small Game Western Gray Squirrel, coyote, rabbits, and beaver
Freshwater Fish Trout, steelhead, salmon, and smallmouth bass
Saltwater Fish Halibut, tuna, steelhead, salmon, and flatfish
Total Acreage 63 million acres
Total Public Land Acreage 53%
Average Annual Rainfall 75-90 inches
Farmland by Acreage 16 million acres
Woodlands by Acreage 30 million acres
Coastline 363 miles
Conservation Program https://www.oregonconservationstrategy.org/conservation-toolbox/appendix-2-existing-voluntary-conservation-programs/
Primary Crops Greenhouse/nursery, cattle/calves, dairy, and hay
Main Rivers Columbia River, Snake River, and Deschutes River
Largest Lake Goose Lake
Other Lakes Upper Klamath Lake, Malheur Lake, and Lake Aber
Major Rivers Columbia River, Snake River, and Deschutes River
Other Tributaries Kootenai River, Willamette River, Teton River, Falls River, and Cultus River

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