Get the scoop on the stories in the January 2015 issue of Digger magazine.
January 2015 issue — Digger magazine
The new year has arrived, and with it, the opportunity to resolve to do something truly special.
Your presence on the Internet is your company’s digital reputation … and the Internet likes to gossip.
We can win hearts and minds on the issue of undocumented immigrants. We are on the right side of history.
The Austin Family Business Program at Oregon State University has developed guidelines for succession planning. They are based, in part, on extensive surveys of successful multi-generational family businesses.
The new year is an opportune time to look back and see how sales fared. The ability to provide accurate answers starts with the all-important process of inventory management.
As a nursery state, Oregon is known for its natural attributes. Great soil. A moderate climate with winter dormancy, so many different plants can be grown here. And, of course, an ideal balance of cold-season rain and warm-weather sun. But there’s also the remarkable vision that many Oregon growers possess.
What began nearly four decades ago as one man’s dream has become a lasting nursery industry success. Iseli Nursery has over 100 employees, more than 100 acres of growing space, and an exalted place in Oregon’s nursery industry.
Little Prince of Oregon Nursery is known for its well-branded plant offerings, which include succulents, perennials, grasses, ground covers, ferns, and rare and unusual plants
Willamette Nurseries is a family-owned specialty grower of seedlings and rootstock for fruit and shade trees. Owners Devin and Allison Cooper live on one of their two farms, and are known for their personal attention to customer service.