Lane County Chapter Officers:
President: Sarah Puls
Vice President: Crystal Freeman
Treasurer: Loretta Pearce
Secretary: Jessica Anderson
Marketing & Social Media: Crystal Freeman
Lane County chapter supports OWA mission of communicating the story of today’s agriculture by supporting programs like Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom, Crop ID signs and Summer Ag Institute.
2021 Lane Chapter Meetings
We meet the second Thursday 6:00pm – 7:30pm location TBD
November, Annual Membership Social
June, Annual Chapter BBQ
We do not meet in Summer months – July, August & September
Updates from Lane
- Lane Chapter Spring UpdateOur chapter is busy helping with auction. This year our chapter will be hosting the Heads and Tails game and we have taken the initiative to bring back the Wine Wall! If you have any wine you would like to donate to this fun game, we will be happy to take any bottles we can ...
- Lane Summer 2021 UpdateThe Lane County chapter is now offering a $500 Scholarship to a Lane County FFA chapter. The application will be sent out to advisors and set up on the OWA website, under our chapter page. June 5th, we held our annual fundraiser at the Function 4 Junction show and shine. We sold root beer floats and ...
- Lane Chapter Winter 2021 UpdateGreetings from Lane County! On November 17th we held our 5th annual Lane County Social and Membership Drive. It was the day before Governor Brown put a statewide freeze on everything, so we were still able to meet. The evening was spent catching up and enjoying great food, wine, and excellent conversation. We went around the ...
- Lane Chapter Fall 2020 UpdateOur first chapter meeting back from summer break was on Friday, October 2nd. It was held at our new morning location at Dari-Mart Corporate office 125 E 6th St, Junction City. It was nice to get together and meet in person, even if we were keeping our social distance. One of our ongoing projects this winter ...
- Lane Chapter Spring UpdateFirst, I want to say thank you to everyone who is working on keep things going in these strange and uncertain times. Here’s what our Chapter has been up to. New Spring crops are being planted and coming up. To me that means it’s time to check the crop ID signs. We have around 50 crop ID ...