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The League was formed in February of 1926 in the town of Moro. Founding of the League coincided with an economic conference organized by the Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) Extension Service to deal with the effects of a severe crop freeze in 1924. The League was the first commodity organization formed in the United States for wheat, and as such holds a unique position in the annals of agricultural history.

Now, over 90 years after Oregon wheat producers first came together to work for the common interest, OWGL remains hard at work promoting wheat interests and providing a means for wheat growers to work together. From advocacy work in Salem to providing key input on federal farm legislation, the voice of Oregon grain producers is being heard through the efforts of their Oregon Wheat Growers League.

OWGL continues this fine tradition of grass roots advocacy and public education today.

Read about the history of Oregon Wheat

OWGL By-Laws

View the current by-laws that were adopted on December 1, 1998.

Proposed updated by-laws will be reviewed at the Tri-State Grain Grower's Convention Annual Oregon Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019.

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The By-Laws are available in 3 forms.
Current, Proposed Red-Line (to see all the changes), and the Proposed for Review.
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