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4-H Dog Bowl
Dog Bowl gives 4-H dog members an opportunity to test their knowledge of dogs and the 4-H dog project. This event will be at the Clackamas Event Center on Saturday, February 21.
Volunteers Wanted!
We are turning kids away for want of leaders!
Beneficial Insects in Christmas Trees workshop
This workshop on February 11, 2015 is for Christmas tree growers that face challenges.
2015 Western Regional Leaders' e-Forum
Register here for the upcoming 2015 Western Regional Leaders' e-Forum!
Biosecurity for backyard poultry flocks
The Avian Flu is being spread by wild birds throughout the West Coast. Find out how you can keep your birds safe.

Serving Clackamas County Residents Since 1917

Find us at:
200 Warner Milne Road
Oregon City OR 97045
503-655-8631 (phone)
503-655-8636 (fax)

Registration for Tree School 2015 is now open.

Go to Tree School 2015 for the list of classes and descriptions.

 

Join us at the 4-H Tack Sale March 21.

 

Focus on Extension

Read the latest issue of our bi-monthly publication, Focus on Extension, highlighting Extension programs in Clackamas County. See our new format!

 

  • Clackamas County Master Gardener Clinic Hours, Monday through Friday, (October 2014 - February 2015), 9:00 am - 12:00 noon.

  • Community Forestry Day, every second Saturday of the month at Hopkins Demonstration Forest. Call ahead to be included in lunch (503) 632-2150.
  • The Family Food Educator Volunteer (formally called Master Food Preserver) program is taking applications for their 2015 volunteer training. Visit here to read more. 
  • Enjoy delicious and kid friendly recipes.  Become a Food Hero.
  • See the Master Gardener program's Annual Gardening Calendar.

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  • Please tell us about the health of our county!  engAGE in Community wants you to be Healthy People in Healthy Places.  MAPP it!  Take a survey on your community - available in English and Spanish.

 

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Upcoming Events

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Jan. 30, 2015 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Are you thinking about starting your own food business or have you been in business …
Feb. 11, 2015 8:30am - 3:30pm
This workshop is for Christmas tree growers that face constant challenges in the management of …
Feb. 20, 2015 10:00am - 3:30pm
This is a work party with registration for 15 people.
Feb. 28, 2015 (all day)
This daylong event is geared toward farmers, agriculture professsionals, food policy advocates, students and managers …
Mar. 04, 2015 10:00am - 3:30pm
Crop planning can be confusing, but is a critical aspect of maximizing production from your …

Dog Bowl, Breed ID, and Bones & Parts competitions are scheduled for Saturday,
February 21.
Dog Bowl, Breed ID, and Bones & Parts competitions are scheduled for Saturday,February 21. Dog Bowl gives 4-H dog members an opportunity to test their knowledge of dogs and the 4-H dog project. This fun event is a low-key and friendly game where everyone wins – for beginning and advanced members alike, no matter how
much or little you know! Registrations are due by February 10

Daniel Edge named associate dean; Sam Angima becomes assistant dean for outreach and engagement
A new OSU study challenges accepted theory about plankton blooms
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