Douglas County

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Our goal is to ensure you have access to your Extension Team.

We are currently open to the public and following County and State safety guidelines. Face coverings are required and 6' distancing is requested.

Hours:  Monday - Friday from 8 am - 5 pm 

Please call 541-672-4461 to arrange contactless service.

Forestry & Natural Resources:
[email protected] or 541-236-3002
[email protected] or 541-236-3044

[email protected] or 541-236-3047
Livestock & Forages:
[email protected] or 541-236-3016
Master Food Preservers:
[email protected] or 541-236-3049

[email protected] or 541-236-3017

The Oregon State University Extension Service provides researched-based
knowledge and education that strengthens local economies, sustains natural
resources, and promotes healthy communities, families, and individuals.

In the Douglas County area, Extension serves our clientele with programs in
Horticulture, Nutrition Education, Forestry & Natural Resources, Food Safety
and Preservation with our Master Food Preservers, Livestock & Forage, 4-H,
and Master Gardeners. In these programs, we offer a wealth of non-formal
community educational programs and information services.

Master Gardener Plant Clinic Hours:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Fridays   1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

  • There is no face to face contact but we can be reached at
    [email protected] or 541-236-3052

Master Food Preserver Hotline:
Monday -  Friday  9:00 am - 4:00 pm




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