MEDFORD — Kay Armstrong is pretty happy with her job: She’s a tour guide who takes visitors around the 52-acre Harry & David campus in Medford where fruit and artisan goods are decoratively packaged into welcomed gifts.

She explains the pears that made the fruit producer famous in the 1920s are still grown across 2,700 acres throughout southern Oregon’s Rogue River Valley.

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