Eastern Oregon Chapter Officers:
President: Bethany Woodall
Vice President: Gina Tyhuis
Secretary: Rachel McWilliams
Treasurer: Gina Gray
The Eastern Oregon Chapter currently serves Morrow and Umatilla counties, but welcomes all of Eastern Oregon as their own. We strive to support youth through educational activities and partnerships with 4-H and FFA chapters. Join us to share the story of agriculture in Eastern Oregon.
The Eastern Oregon Chapter of Oregon Women for Agriculture is proud to award annual scholarships. Check back in early 2023 for next year’s application.
2022 Scholarship Recipients
Read the Press Release, here!
1st Place, $1000: Elizabeth “Ellie” Hanson
2nd Place, $750: Alyson Yates
3rd Place, $500: Madison Morgan
Updates from Eastern Oregon
- Eastern Oregon Chapter Announces 2022 Scholarship WinnersThe Eastern Chapter of Oregon Women for Agriculture has awarded its 2022 scholarships to three outstanding students who are each pursuing a degree in Agriculture. Each scholarship applicant wrote a 500-1000 word essay about what is one of the biggest challenges facing agriculture today and how they plan to be a part of the solution. ...
- Eastern Oregon Spring UpdateWe have just wrapped up our 4th annual tractor driving certification course and we are happy to say it was another successful year. We want to thank Morrow County Grain Growers for the use of their facility, our instructor Daniel Bolen, our members who cooked and prepared food, and of course our family members and ...
- Eastern Oregon Chapter Spring UpdateWell spring has finally decided to show up and after the long winter we had everyone seems quite excited for some sunshine and warmer weather. Tractors are running, cattle are moving and our ladies are busy out doing what we do best, supporting Oregon Agriculture. We just wrapped up the third annual Tractor Safety Driving course ...
- Eastern Oregon Winter UpdateWelcome 2017! We are really excited about the upcoming year. Our chapter is turning three this year and I am very proud of the progress we have made. The tractor driving continues to be a great success in our community and our membership is growing slowly. Our goals and objectives for the next year include continued ...