Marion-Clackamas Chapter

Marion-Clackamas Chapter Fall Update

Posted on: November 22nd, 2017

by Jessica Jansen

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This hot summer was very busy for the Marion-Clackamas chapter. We overhauled our Oregon Trail Farms guide this year, which included building a reliable and modern website as well as starting a Facebook page to promote our participating farms. We had 13 farm stands in the greater Salem region in our guide this year. To learn more you can follow us on Facebook @OregonTrailFarms or visit

We were also in charge of planning the OWA state fair booth. We had volunteers every day at the booth! The two main interactive activities we had were a photobooth prop with Oregon ag facts and a big jar full of hazelnuts that folks could try to guess the correct number to win a $50 amazon gift card. Our volunteers visited with a lot of people, talking about Oregon agriculture and giving away pencils, post it notes, envelope openers, bowl scrapers, chip clips and more.

We’ve awarded our annual $500 scholarship to Michaela Kay Chapin of Gervais who will be attending Oregon State University to study Animal Science/Veterinary Medicine. We have also sent our sponsorship checks to Oregon Ag in the Classroom and the Salem Chamber of Commerce Agri-Business Banquet.

We resumed our regularly scheduled meetings in September. We are beginning to move our meetings around our counties to various locations. Our next meeting is Monday, October 9th at 12 noon at Wilco Headquarters in Mt. Angel. Our November 13th meeting at 12 noon will be at Capital Press in Salem. We will have a chapter social in December.

We will be selling Willamette Valley Pie Company pie cards as a fundraiser this fall. These pie cards never expire and can be redeemed for any flavor they have in the freezer case at their flagship store in Salem. They take the ease out of holiday gatherings and make great stocking stuffers, too! Please contact Mallory at to order.

Mallory Phelan, President

Marion Clackamas Chapter Summer Update

Posted on: July 14th, 2017

by Jessica Jansen

The Marion Clackamas Chapter has been hard at work updating their Oregon Trail Farm guide. It has 13 local farms and a beautiful new website: They kicked off summer with a June social and are planning the Oregon State Fair booth!


Marion-Clackamas Chapter Winter Update

Posted on: January 3rd, 2017

by Jessica Jansen

We met in November for our regular monthly chapter meeting and primarily focused on planning the 2017 OWA Annual Convention. In December, we had a small Christmas social at Gallon House in Silverton!

Register for 2017 Convention early to save money and help us plan better! Early bird registration is $75 and ends January 25th. After that, it’s $90. Also, please book your room at the Oregon Garden under the OWA room block by January 15th!

If anyone is interested, knows someone or a company that might be interested in sponsoring Convention, please have them contact Mallory Phelan at

We look forward to seeing you all in February!

Mallory Phelan, Marion-Clackamas Chapter President

Marion/Clackamas Women for Ag have a full plate this fall

Posted on: October 2nd, 2014

by Marie Bowers

It Is Time To Fall Back Into Our Monthly Meetings!

I am encouraging all the members to attend our next monthly meeting on Monday, October 13 at 12 noon to 1 pm  at Farm Credit in Salem. On the agenda: Harvest Breakfast, Scholarships, Reading in the Class Rooms, Ag Safety, Auction, Food Bank, Banquet, Convention and more! Bring your lunch!

We are off to a good start, Thank you Ladies for your dedicated commitment to OWA!! Especially IOKA Farm Ladies for there participation in the ad for Oregon Women for Agriculture.

Congratulations to my VP; Randi and her husband Blake Bural on the arrival of there new daughter Emma! Pictures to come next issue!!

In closing, be mindful that harvest is only beginning for some and the hauling of many! Watch for equipment on roads and Turn your truck lights on…Shine!!

Be Safe! – Kim Zuber, MCWA President

M/C October Report

Posted on: October 11th, 2013

by Arwen McGilvra

Time to “Fall” back into our schedule again after taking the summer off to get some harvesting done. Farm work never takes a break!!

Our first meeting was on Monday, September 9th at Farm Credit in Salem. I thank the many members who attended. It is always fun to visit with you all and set the stage for the upcoming year.

Sunday, October 27th we will host our “Harvest Breakfast” at St. Boniface Parish Hall, 375 SE Church St., Sublimity from 8 am to 12 noon.

Menu: Sausage, eggs, hash browns, toast, fruit, juice and coffee.

Please come and support your fellow Oregon Women for Agriculture.

Thank you Rita Doerfler for your involvement with ordering 60 of the new edition of Get Oregonized textbooks and 3 teacher guides for Robert Frost School in Silverton, which has 3 classrooms of 4th grade students. This is a great contribution to our students and teachers.

We have several members going to the National Convention in New York in November. Oregon will be greatly represented. Thank you Ladies.

Our next meeting will be on Monday, October 14th at 12 noon-1pm at Farm Credit in Salem. Bring your lunch.


God Bless the farmers.

Kimberly Zuber, M/C President

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