Partner with OSU Extension

At Omeg Family Orchards in The Dalles, three generations grow cherries on family land. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC
At Omeg Family Orchards in The Dalles, three generations grow cherries on family land. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC
Central Oregon Seeds works with OSU to improve vegetable seed propagation. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC
Central Oregon Seeds works with OSU to improve vegetable seed propagation. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC
Wheatacres Ranch in Wasco is an Oregon Century Farm owned by the Kaseberg family. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC
Wheatacres Ranch in Wasco is an Oregon Century Farm owned by the Kaseberg family. Photo by: Aimee Brown, OSU EESC

The Oregon State University Extension Service works with a variety of partners — individuals, businesses, private-sector clubs and organizations, and other government agencies — to bring educational opportunities to the people of Oregon. 

Celebrating Our Partnerships

Three representatives from OSU traveled across the state to celebrate 100 years of the Extension Service with the people and businesses that made it possible. View a video overview of our trip »

Along the way, they recognized these businesses and families through the awarding of the first annual Community Impact Awards. Recipients were nominated by local OSU Extension faculty for their commitment to their communities and the Extension Service. These honorees play a critical role in OSU Extension's ability to bring educational opportunities to the people of Oregon.

The Orange Tour began with stops in Lane, Douglas, Coos and Curry counties. From there, the tour headed to southern Oregon, then crossed the Cascades to visit central and eastern Oregon. After nine days on the road, the tour ended back in Corvallis. Watch videos from tour stops around the state »

Get Involved

We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with new partners to improve the quality of life for Oregonians across the state. Contact the OSU Extension office in your area if you or your organization would like to partner with OSU Extension.

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