Gilliam County

 

The Oregon State University Extension Service in Gilliam County provides research-based, objective information to help people solve problems, develop leadership, and manage resources wisely.

Extension staff in Gilliam County offer programs and assistance in 4-H Youth Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources and Community Development.

Extension staff and over 30 volunteers assist Gilliam County residents through meetings, workshops, short courses, tours, publications, and demonstrations.

Upcoming Events

We’re still active across the state delivering our workshops virtually to you. See our online events across the state.

What We Do

Discover ways to learn and get involved. Here are some highlights of our activities and specialties.

Online resources and activities

Our OSU Extension faculty are quickly creating new ways to bring learning to meet your needs. We work to engage the curiosity of kids and adults, to support the well-being of people, communities, and local economies, and to give you the information you need to pull through the COVID-19 crisis.

Gilliam County

Youth Activities

4-H empowers young people with hands-on learning experiences to help them grow and thrive. By creating a safe and welcoming environment, young people develop the skills needed to make a positive impact on the world around them.

Gilliam County

Forestry and Natural Resources

Our agents and specialists share knowledge about the latest techniques in natural resource management through educational programs and materials. We work with forest owners, foresters and other natural resource managers, educators ...

Gilliam County

We are available by phone and email during regular business hours.

Hours:
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am-12:00 pm, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm

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