We’re making a difference in what matters to your community
OSU Extension partners with local communities to provide trusted expertise and science-based knowledge to address critical issues and help every Oregonian thrive. We are committed to creating positive change through programs and providing spaces where each person feels safe and welcome.
Building resiliency and creating positive change for Oregonians.
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The power of OSU Extension Service
Our work is as richly diverse as Oregon’s communities. We’re helping kids reach their full potential through programs like 4-H. We’re encouraging resilience across the food chain — from pollinator health to farm and ranch productivity. We’re supporting sustainable natural resource management and enhancing health and well-being for every stage of life. OSU Extension is a link. A partnership. A trusted resource. A legacy. This report shows how we contribute to building resilient communities across Oregon.
The goal for the program was to increase access to free and affordable equipment for home cooks and food preservers, small businesses and small-scale commercial producers to “add value” to their raw market items.
The Skuliłama Garden recognizes Arlene and Mickey Boileau’s dedication to supporting youth to become lifelong learners.
Chris Branam |
Nov 3, 2023 |
Out there: Serving Oregon
Extension is one of three OSU Statewide Public Service programs that serve Oregon’s diverse landscapes and communities. We learn with and from those who are most impacted by Oregon’s most pressing issues. We are building bridges among our state’s communities around shared goals and values that result in real solutions.
Here are link to the recordings of the presentation at the 2024 Central Oregon Forage Seminar: ODA Updates and Lessons Learned – Paul Khokhar, Pesticide Investigator, ODA Irrigation Efficiency Incentive Programs – Brad Moore, ...
This collection will explore recent trends and patterns in Oregon’s agricultural sector using data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) 2022 Census of Agriculture. The Census takes place every five years and ...
Daniel Bigelow |
Feb 2024 |
Ask Extension is a way for you to get answers or refer questions to the experts from the Oregon State University Extension Service. Our breadth and depth of expertise cover family and health, community development, food and agriculture, coastal issues, forestry, programs for young people, and gardening.