In Malheur County we offer research-based information to strengthen communities, improve lives & manage resources wisely with programs in 4-H Youth Development, Family & Community Health, Field & Forage Crops, Livestock & Rangeland Management.

        Malheur County Extension staff and volunteers assist local residents through meetings, workshops, short courses, tours, demonstrations and publications.

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        Food Safety & Preservation Hotline

        Call 1-800-354-7319, open July 16 to October 18, 2019, 9 am – 4 pm (Monday - Friday) Read more...

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        Upcoming Events

        Dec 13

        Malheur County CORE Pesticide Training

        7:30 am - 12:00 pm Ontario, OR

        What We Do

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

        Malheur County Animal & Rangeland Sciences

        Animal & Rangeland Sciences

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        Malheur County Field Crops

        Extension for field crops grown in Malheur County including alfalfa, alfalfa seed, corn, wheat, dry beans, sugar beets, onions, potatoes and others.

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        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.

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