Corvallis Advocate

Nature Alert: Pray for Snow(berries)

For many Corvallisites, the holiday season marks the start of much-loved voyages to the snow-capped Cascades. The closest ski areas to Corvallis have all thankf...

Letters to the Editor

Extend the Impactful List I applaud The Advocate’s “Impactful” awardees for 2018 — giving credit to those individuals deemed to have engaged in unique activiti...

Women in Agriculture

Yadira Ruiz and Nate Johnson take a moment to appreciate their beautiful, nutrient-rich greens. Photo by Yadira Ruiz. Though it is dry and clear out o...

New! The Weekly Churn

Cycling Capitol of America’s Cycling Capitol, Corvallis According to the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, Oregon has a larger share of bicycle commut...

Crème de la Corvallis, Week of Jan 10

Thursday, January 10 Guitar Group Community Outreach Inc., 865 NW Reiman Ave., Corvallis. 10:10 – 11 a.m. Thursdays. A group for guitar players of al...

Oregon Backwash

It’s new, it’s improved, it’s the Oregon Backwash! Yaaay. Act excited or I’m going to feel bad about myself. PDX Ordinance Drama The city of Portland recently...

Storytelling Night: Old Selves

Great news: not only will The Advocate continue hosting monthly Storytelling Nights in 2019, but we’ve also booked a steady time and place for the event! That’s...

Be the Change: 350Corvallis

As of November 2018, Earth’s atmosphere contained just over 408 parts per million of CO2 – a far cry from the 350 parts per million that climate scientists the ...

Your Voice is Our Voice

We at The Corvallis Advocate extend our most sincere gratitude to all who have come out in support of us in 2018. Words cannot express our appreciation for th...

Pacific Salmon: Plight and Restoration

Chinook, coho, chum, sockeye, pink, and steelhead— these Pacific salmon have always been a defining element of the Northwest region. Ecologically, their distrib...

NuScale: Improved Nuclear Energy

Is nuclear energy the unsung hero of the alternative energy movement? Modern research and engineering is demonstrating that carbon-free nuclear reactors can be ...

Crème de la Corvallis, Week of Jan 3

Thursday, January 3 Winter Break Game Day – with Virtual Reality Corvallis-Benton County Public Library, 645 NW Monroe Ave., Corvallis. 2 p.m. Free. ...

The Oregon Backwash?

I don’t know who put the cat in the bag, but let’s properly let it out. Next week you’re going to bear witness to a major milestone in the history of both As th...

Poetry: Sea Call by K. Shawn Edgar

Sea Call Step foot from dock planks, leaving this crackling ground, if your hands tremble daily; if your temper is snap-n-pop thin. The ocean's wake-billy ...

Lights Over Albany?

 The Willamette Valley is a wonderful tourist place to visit, but it seems as if we might have gotten some unexpected tourists last Wednesday when multipl...