37th Annual Union County Crops & Conservation Tour
You’re invited to participate in a half-day bus tour of selected sites in Union County to view first-hand and learn about agricultural production, research and conservation efforts in the area.
Note: A detailed agenda will not be available until the day of the tour.
The day starts with a short program at CPS (7:30 a.m.) followed immediately with the bus tour. Periodically along the tour route, participants will unload and reload the buses at various stops which may include areas with difficult terrain. The traditional lunch consisting of barbecue steak, baked potato, and salad will be served to tour participants at approximately noon at a site along the tour route. Local 4-H ambassadors and FFA members will be on hand throughout the day to help out. After lunch, bus passengers will be returned to Crop Production Services at approximately 2:00 p.m. For general tour information, please contact Darrin Walenta or Lenard at the numbers listed above.
If you have a physical disability that requires special consideration in order for you to attend the Crops Tour, please contact Darrin Walenta, OSU Extension Service Union County, at (541) 963-1010 by June 5th.
- Time: Coffee and donuts 7:00 a.m. Program starts 7:30 a.m. Buses return to CPS by 2:00 p.m.
- Location: Crop Production Services on Booth Lane, 2.6 miles NE of Island City on HWY 82
- Audience: Growers, ranchers, ag service providers, local/regional business representatives, general public, public officials, and anyone else interested in Union County agriculture!
- RSVP: Not required... however, show up early enough to get a seat on one of the 4 buses! If buses reach maximum capacity, participants can carpool and follow the buses in personal vehicles. Please be safe, watch out for pedestrians and follow state/federal motor vehicle regulations.