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    Brief Information About Alvadore


    Alvadore is a community in Lane County, Oregon. It is an unincorporated area that falls within the Eugene-Springfield Metro Area. The local post office was established in 1914. It was established as a railroad stop. Development and commercialization occurred around the railroad.

    The area now has a post office, Decker Nursery, a large regional nursery, a nut-drying plant affiliated with Blue Diamond Growers as well as other agriculture related operations and outfits, such as an organiz strawberry farm, named Berg's Berries and Organic Produce. The cost of living here 11.00% higher than the country average.

    This place gets about 46 inches of rain annually. The number of days with measurable precipitation is 139. Snowfall is about 6 inches annually.

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