Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center

Stephan Ward

3005 Experiment Station Dr
Hood River, OR 97031
United States

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Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 am-12:00 pm, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Currently closed

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Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center

News & Announcements

Crop Talks-Farmer Network and Farm Tours

Small farm visits in the Hood River Valley. A networking and educational opportunity for local small farmers. Visits are planned from April-September from 6-8pm. Read More...

The Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center is a branch station of the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station administered by the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences. Our mission is conducting research and outreach supporting the tree fruit industry in the Mid-Columbia region, as well as the Pacific Northwest. Continuous discovery and outreach are keys to our on-going success.

The Hood River County office of OSU Extension Service is located at MCAREC.  Extension programs have been serving the residents of Hood River County and the Mid-Columbia area for over 80 years. We provide a source of informal education in family and community development, agriculture and home horticulture. We also provide support for our local 4-H program.

Upcoming Events

2018 a la Carte Food Preservation Classes

Hood River County Extension Event

Tue, Sep 18, 2018 6:00 pm - Wed, Dec 12, 2018 6:00 pm
Food Preservation classes a la Carte held in Hood River and The Dalles! A selection of eight different food preservation classes covering various topics starting Wednesday, June 6th from 6:00-9:00 pm. Classes held on various Wednesday's until December 12 at the Hood River FISH Food Bank. These same classes will also be held in The Dalles on Tuesday's from 1-4pm at the Zion Lutheran Church.
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