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For over 100 years, OSU Extension, in cooperation with partners across Oregon and the U.S. has fulfilled its mission to deliver research-based, hands-on education throughout Oregon communities. Our commitment has endured through flu epidemics, economic downturns and world wars, and is still strong today.

Now, many parents and caregivers are home with children, often juggling new roles. In response, our Extension educators are providing new ways to support the health and education of children and adults throughout Oregon and to help families pull through the COVID-19 crisis. We are teachers. We are researchers. We are neighbors. We are here for you.

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