March 2008

March 27th

The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteer work with young people across the state, in projects ranging from horsemanship to computer programming.
The Oregon State University Extension Service enologist James Osborne, will offer a daylong workshop, “When Good Wine Goes Bad – A One-Day Workshop on the Microbial Spoilage of Wine” on Wed. April 23rd at the Douglas County office of the OSU Extension Service at 1134 SE Douglas Ave. in Roseburg.
Gilbert Shibley, a forestry program assistant for the Oregon State University Extension Service in Clackamas County, plans to retire on June 30 after 15 years in the part-time position. The Estacada-born woodland owner will teach his last Basic Forestry Short Course from April 28 to May 17 at Colton High School.

March 26th

Over the last several years, options for buying food grown with respect for the environment have expanded. In the Pacific Northwest, mainstream agriculture has improved its environmental practices and can become certified for doing so.