Category: Marion-Clackamas Chapter

Marion-Clackamas Winter Update

Our last two meetings of the year focused on what interests members have in how to be involved with OWA, how to move forward with our Oregon Trail Farms project, as well as deciding to sponsor chapter members’ registration and/or lodging for OWA’s convention in 2019. We held a social in December at Gilgamesh Brewing…
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Marion-Clackamas Summer Update

The Marion-Clackamas chapter kicked off summer with a social in June held at the McNary Golf Course Restaurant in Keizer.   We had many members attend auction and it was a fantastic evening. Kudos to all OWA members who volunteered their time and talents to make it another successful fundraiser! A few of our members…
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Marion- Clackamas Spring Update

Spring has sprung for the Marion-Clackamas Chapter! We are sponsored and attended the SAIF Agri-Business Banquent dinner on January 19th and saw many familiar mid-valley faces! Many of our members attend the Oregon Women for Agriculture Convention in Astoria in February and learned so much about the forestry and fishing industries. Thank you Yamhill County…
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Marion-Clackamas Chapter Winter Update

Fall harvest has just flown by for the Marion-Clackamas ladies. We had the most successful pie card fundraiser to date, selling more than 100 pies from Willamette Valley Pie Company! Thanks to their generosity, we’re able to help further OWA’s ag education outreach efforts. Thank you to all our members who sold and those who…
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Marion-Clackamas Chapter Fall Update

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…
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Marion Clackamas Chapter Summer Update

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!