Hood River County

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Investing in a vibrant Hood River

Building a community of health, improving farming practices and profitability, developing community horticulture, strengthening youth resiliency and college readiness, and enhancing natural resources. We have been serving the residents of Hood River County and the Mid-Columbia area for over 90 years.

Growing county resources

Explore what we do, from the Tree School to wildfire preparedness and prevention, as well as other online course areas and activities from many program areas across counties in Oregon.


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Visitor information

We are open Monday-Thursday from 9:00am-4:00pm. If you need assistance outside those hours, please contact staff to make an appointment.

Hours of operation

Mon - Thu: 9:00 am-4:00 pm

Contact us

  • General number: Please leave a voicemail (press 1 for a directory), or enter a direct staff extension and leave a voicemail 541-386-3343
  • Ann Harris: Open Campus, Oregon Naturalist Program x38228
  • Ashleigh Wajtyna: Family & Community Health, SNAP-Education x38256
  • Lauren Kraemer: Family & Community Health, SNAP-Education x38258
  • Lisa Farrell: Office Manager x38252
  • Megan Wickersham: Master Gardener Program x38257
  • Treena Gower Foster: 4-H Program x38260
  • Master Gardener Plant Clinic (you will be contacted) x38259
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What we do

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

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