Marion County Extension Service is Moving!!

New Office
New Office

Our OSU Extension Service Marion County office is moving to 1320 Capitol St. NE Suite 110, Salem, OR  97301.   We will be located on the corner of Capitol and Gaines, in the Oregon Farm Bureau Building. 

Our office will be closed February 6th and 9th and will reopen February 10th.

During this time, we will check voice and email messages periodically and reply as soon as we are able.  Our main office phone number (503-588-5301) and email addresses will be the same as they are now. Our website: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/marion/ will be updated with any new phone numbers as assigned.  

You may contact Elvira Alvarez with questions related to the move (503-588-5301; elvira.alvarez@oregonstate.edu).  Thank you for your patience during this transition.

We look forward to serving you in our new offices very soon!

 

Food. Farm. Families.

Serving Marion County Residents Since 1911.

Who We Are. What We Do.

We offer objective, research-based information to help Marion County youth and adults solve problems, develop life skills and manage resources wisely. As part of OSU and other research-based institutions, our faculty, staff and volunteers provide the following services:

  • Answer questions and give advice by telephone, in person, and by email
  • Coordinate informational tours, conferences, short courses, workshops and demonstrations
  • Provide publications with specific research-based information on a variety of subjects
  • Provide information of local interest and link to hundreds of research based publications on our website

 

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