Author: tduerst

OWA Convention Recap, New Officers, New Chapter & Upcoming events

Convention Recap Thank you Central Oregon Chapter for a wonderful convention. If you were unable to attend we hope you were able to follow along on facebook or on twitter. New Officers were elected: 2nd Vice President – Elisa Chandler, Recording Secretary – Emily Duerst, Corresponding Secretary – Jessica Hanna New Chapter Two conventions in…
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Looking Forward, Rooted in Tradition – 2015 OWA Annual Meeting

The Central Oregon Women for Agriculture chapter has an exciting annual meeting and conference planned for March 5-7, 2015 in Madras at the Inn at Cross Keys Station. Our theme “Looking Forward, Rooted in Tradition” will feature guest speakers including Oregon Land Legacy, Kathy Jones and her sisters of Seneca Sawmill/Companies. Agricultural tours of the…
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#StartsWithAg – Have you seen this trailer?

Have you seen this trailer? This trailer will be traveling the highways and byways educating the general public that “Almost Everything Starts on a Farm or Ranch” – literally a moving billboard! Let us know if you see this by using #StartsWithAg on your facebook, instagram or twitter! Please share it on our facebook page or tweet…
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OWA has a booth Girl Scouts’ Girl Fest

Oregon Women for Agriculture participated in the Girl Scouts of Oregon/SW Washington’s 2014 Girl Fest.

OWA gathering 2015 Auction Items

Oregon Women for Agriculture is in the process of gathering donations for our 2015 Auction on April 18, 2015 at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center.  2015 Donation Form

Oregon Women for Agriculture signs joint coalition letter to urge President Obama to help with the West Coast Port Crisis

Oregon Women for Agriculture has signed a letter along with many other agricultural organizations and associations to urge President Obama to help negotiations between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) to avoid a shutdown of the West Coast Ports. See letter below and read AgTC Press Release.