COVID-19 Advisory. OSU Extension is here for you, with limited and modified activities in person and continued virtual programming.
We’re here for you.
OSU Extension partners with communities in every county of Oregon to provide information, services and expertise to meet local challenges and help every Oregonian thrive. We are committed to creating positive change through programs and providing spaces where each person feels safe and welcome.
Our programs, partnerships and volunteer opportunities are focused on:
Healthy communities and economies
Resilient and productive forestry and natural ecosystems
Sustainable agriculture, food systems, and gardening
Tim Stock, Rick Hilton |
Oct 2019 |
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Have a Question? Ask an Expert!
Ask an Expert is a way for you to get answers from the Oregon State University Extension Service. We have experts in family and health, community development, food and agriculture, coastal issues, forestry, programs for young people, and gardening.
Q: All of my cabbage plants have bolted already, and did not form heads. Do you think because it got so hot a few weeks ago, that they just couldn't take the heat? Or did I just plant the wrong variety? I've read that...
A benefit of students making meals at home was that they were able to work independently and create a whole dish, unlike in the classroom environment in which they would work in groups on a single aspect.
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A message from Vice Provost Anita Azarenko: Acting together for change
"OSU Extension stands behind the university’s commitment to inclusive excellence. We stand and act against actions that continue to perpetuate systemic racism and maintain other societal inequities. I call on each member of our Extension community to learn, engage and act to help ensure that everyone—those we serve and aspire to serve—is welcome, safe and valued." Read the full statement.