Clackamas County Centennial

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Welcome to the Clackamas County Centennial page! This office is proud to have provided service to the public since it first opened in August of 1917 when Lorene Parker, a home economist, was assigned to this region of the state. Since that time, the Clackamas County Extension Service has become the go-to information center for up-to-date research for farmers, 4-H youth, gardeners, homemakers and families, and forestry and Christmas tree growers to enrich their lives and businesses. One of our goals of sharing the Centennial is to gather the rich history of our past clients and how they become part of the Extension family.

Read the Centennial message from Mike Bondi, Regional Administrator of Clackamas County Estension.

Clackamas Extension has occupied five different buildings from 1917 to the present location on Warner Milne Road in Oregon City. Learn more of these locations and buildings here.

Learn Extension history from some of our Extension and Clackamas people:

Do you know who, date, or place of these mystery photos? Check out the photos on the Clackamas Extension Mystery picture page. This page is under construction.

Contact information on the Centennial webpage - Cheryl Keithan, Centennial Coordinator, OSU Extension Service, 200 Warner Milne Rd., Oregon City, OR  97045, 503-655-8631,

Community Report

Find out what Extension has been doing for you. Read the OSU Extension Service of Clackamas County Community Report 2016-2017.

Community Report

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