Upcoming Events & Classes

Get Growing with OSU Gardening Classes

Learn how to grow your own food. The central Oregon chapter of OSU Master Gardeners will offer a series of vegetable gardening classes, in introductory and advanced levels, at several locations in central Oregon this spring. Each class is two hours. To register and for more information please click here.

High Desert Garden Tour
Join us for the annual High Desert Garden Tour on Saturday, July 19th, 2014, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. View seven beautiful gardens in the Tumalo area. This is a self-guided tour presented by the OSU Extension Service and OSU Master Gardeners™. Ticket books are $10 each; age 16 and under is free. Tickets can be purchased at the following outlets: Moonfire and Sun Garden Center, Strictly Organic Coffee Co., Worthy Brewing, Shoe Inn, Bend; Schultz Farm and Garden, Redmond, OSU/Deschutes County Extension Service, Redmond, and OSU/Crook County Extension Service, Prineville. For more information call the OSU/Deschutes County Extension Service at (541) 548-6088

Third Annual Small Farm School

The Small Farm School will be on Saturday, September 6, 2014 (Registration begins July 15th), at Clackamas Community College, in Oregon City. It is a full day event with hands on and classroom workshops for beginning farmers and small acreage rural landowners.

Field and classroom workshops include pig and poultry management, fruit and vegetable production, soil management, tractor safety and operation, on farm veterinary care, and much more. 

Lost Rivers Grazing Academy: Intensive Management of Irrigated Pastures Workshop

This year's Grazing Academy will take place on September 9-12, 2014, in Salmon, Idaho. For producers of beef and dairy cattle, sheep, horses, and other domesticated grazing animals; professionals working in livestock-related industries. See Scott Jensen at (208) 896-4104 or scotti@uidaho.edu, Chad Cheyney at (208) 527-8587 or ccheyney@uidahol.edu

Heritage Barn Workshop

Whether you’re a barn owner, a preservation professional, or just an admirer of rural heritage, this workshop will provide the basics of what it takes to document and preserve Oregon’s historic barns.  The workshop will be on Saturday, September 27th, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm, in Central Point, Oregon. For more information call (503) 243-1923 or email infor@restoreoregon.org 

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