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Oregon Farm Bureau asks for ‘gaze-worthy’ photos to feature in annual calendar

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The Oregon Farm Bureau is asking people to submit their best photos of Oregon agriculture.

The photos could be featured in next year’s Oregon Bounty Calendar, Anne Moss, OFB communications director, says.

The calendar is published annually and celebrates all aspects of Oregon’s agriculture, including people, landscape and culture.

Anne Moss says the photos should be “gaze-worthy”. She encourages amateur and professional photographers to submit entries by Sept. 15.

The Oregon Bounty Calendar is distributed to nearly 70,000 people across the state.

There is no limit to the number of photos that a person can submit. Photographers will receive a photo credit for their work.

People interested in submitting their work may send photos to annemarie@oregonfb.org or upload their work to OFB’s dropbox

People may also mail a thumb drive, disc or printed photos to OFB at 1320 Capitol Street Northeast, Suite 200, Salem, OR 97301. The mail should be addressed to Anne Marie Moss.

Everyone who submits photos and includes their address will receive a complimentary copy of the calendar, OFB says.

Read more about photo requirements on OFB's website.

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