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Fort Hoskins Historic County Park is 130 acres. The commander’s building, built in 1857 (upper right) has interpretive signs surrounding it that explain the building’s history.

[Photo] Benton County’s 2019 Park Survey opens to OSU students, staff

August 22, 2019

Fort Hoskins Historic County Park is 130 acres. The commander’s building, built in 1857 (upper right) has interpretive signs surrounding it that explain the building’s history.

FORT HOSKINS HISTORIC PARK: 22953 HOSKINS RD, PHILOMATH1) Operated by Benton County Natural Areas & Parks, this recreational area of 130 acres offers restrooms, picnicking, educational interpretive displays and self-guided trails. 

Summer recreation spots – Photo Story

July 15, 2019

The following pictures a few of the major recreational areas within 20 miles of Corvallis available to students and community members to enjoy this summer. All recreational areas listed are open for public...

From left: Tosten Peterson, Eric Wilson, Jack Loberg, Maverick Kressman, Keenan Basug, Weston Figueroa, Jonathon Gengler and Chris Silbernagel pose for a photo in front of Weatherford Hall. The students are part of Bomani, a group in the class Innovation Nation ­­­— Ideas to Reality, which raises funds for 16xOSU. 

16xOSU helps ease impact of obsteric fistula, learns business skills

May 15, 2017

UPDATE: Anyone who is interested in supporting 16xOSU and their mission can purchase jewelry or stuffed animals on the 16xOSU Etsy page here (https://www.etsy.com/shop/16xOSU). For more information, 16xOSU...

Be the Match registry helps find donors to help those with cancer

May 8, 2017

T1st Place OSU Club/OrganizationBe The Match Oregon State University was created by students with a passion to help the fight against blood cancer. They do this by holding events, registering potential...

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