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SAGE Center, Boardman

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • We were on a road trip from Austin, TX to Portland, OR with two small kids (almost 4 and almost 2). That day kids were exhausted after a long drive. We were so happy we found this museum! Museums offe...  read more »
  • We have visited the Sage Centre numerous times both as a couple and with family. Although there are some "commercial" elements to the displays there is also a good mix of the history of Boardman, the ...  read more »
  • While the center is clean, attractive, and has some interesting hands on experiences, you don't have to look too hard to see that this is basically a corporate whitewash of industrial agriculture prac...  read more »
  • This place is awesome. Great to learn about the SUSTAINABLE agricultural here in Oregon. Staff is super friendly and smart. We will be back.
  • I visited the Sustainable AGriculture and Environment Center after my recent 50th high school class reunion in Hermiston, Oregon. After graduating in 1965, I worked for four college summers at the Union Pacific Railroad's Hinkle Yard and Ordnance Section just east of Boardman. The Port of Morrow was then just shaping itself around its new shore lands elevation along the Columbia River caused by the brand new John Day Dam reservoir. My SAGE Center visit was very impressed with the level of agricultural reclamation on former government lands and the scientific effort being taken by the Port and its corporate partners in creating a haven of sustainable economic enterprise--to even providing soccer fields and space for a riverfront parkland/marina for sustaining its neighboring West End community. Its growth to having now become the second largest Port in Oregon is truly amazing!
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