Serving Clackamas County Residents Since 1917
THE EXTENSION OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED on Monday, December 16, 2013 for staff training.
Watch an interesting video segment of Celebrate Oregon Agriculture that details why Oregon is the largest producer of quality Christmas trees in the Nation. This was aired on KATU-TV12 on Monday, November 18, 2013.
Read the latest issue of our bi-monthly publication, Focus on Extension, highlighting Extension programs in Clackamas County. See our new format!
Family Food Education (FFE) volunteers are trained and certified community volunteers who assist the OSU Extension Service in their efforts to provide up-to-date nutrition, food preservation/safety and food resource management (meal planning and preparation, and food security) services to Oregonians. Read more about the 2014 Family Food Education Volunteer Program will be starting soon please fill out the application if you are interested.
Community Forestry Day, Every second Saturday of the month at Hopkins Demonstration Forest. Call ahead to be included in lunch (503) 632-2150.
Obesity Prevention Article posted on Agriculture is America explains the role of Land-Grant Universities in new research and Extension programs to more effectively address obesity. Click here for online or download PDF for printing.
Federal grant helps rural Clackamas County to GROW Healthy Kids and Communities. Learn more about your community's resources and readiness to generate rural options for health by hosting a HEAL MAPPS.
Learn about the new USDA hungry pest tracker. Help keep invasive species out of Oregon!
OSU Extension Clackamas County and Clackamas County Juvenile Department go viral on you tube! Share in the Green Corps experience.
Volunteer Opportunity -Satisfy your desire to get gardening and help youth at the same time!
Enjoy delicious and kid friendly recipes. Become a Food Hero.
See the Master Gardeners' Annual Gardening calendar.
Visit the North Willamette Research and Extension Center (NWREC) website.
If you have food preservation and food safety questions, please call our office at (503) 655-8634, or the Food Preservation and Safety Hotline, (800) 354-7319.
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