March/April E-Newsletter: In this issue of the Marion County Extension Newsletter Glenn Ahrens writes about keeping northwest forests healthy, and Mike Bondi describes vegetable research trials at OSU NWREC. Betsy Verhoeven talks about how the hop industry is studying the wine concept of terroir for applicability to hops, and Mark Chien writes about an exciting art project at the MCE office. There's more news about people coming and going, and also events and announcements. Note: the Marion County Extension office is closed until further notice. We regret any inconvenience to you. Our faculty and staff are still working at home and are available to you!
January-February E-newsletter: In this issue of the Marion County Extension newsletter we learn about keeping septic systems in fine working order, and growing olives in in Oregon. Extension is partnering with community organizations to promote healthy diets and if you are planning to raise a cow, sheep or goat we can tell you how. 4-H awards are given at the extension annual meeting and Junior Master Gardeners are learning how plants grow and how to make delicious meals from them. And there's a new field corps newsletter and a national agritourism survey.
November-December 2019: In this newsletter we take you into the field with our seed certification specialist, and Eileen Regan reflects on a dozen years in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Marion County.
September-October Marion County Extension e-Newsletter: In this issue of the Marion County Extension newsletter you can learn so much about ways you can “eat” water, apply different landscaping options that are beautiful and sustainable, how much work and satisfaction is involved in living on a small farm, how you can be an agricultural tourist, and contribute to the growth and enrichment of youth in 4H. If you drink water, have a yard, appreciate farms and what they grow, and believe in and want to help kids, if any of these things are important to you, please read our newsletter, contact our faculty and come to visit us in Salem.
July-August Marion County Extension e-Newsletter: In this issue you can learn about how to start a small farm, how to measure the quality of agricultural soils, walking for good health, and 4H summer STEM camps, as well as current events and information from OSU Extension.