In this week’s issue:
- Condolences: Amy Peters and Jane Capizzi
- Outdoor Summit Postponed
- Vice Provost Awards for Excellence: Save the Date
- Spring O&E Magazine is now available
- Chick Cam
- Extension in the News
Condolences: Jane Capizzi and Amy Peters
It is with sadness we share the passing of E. Jane Capizzi and Amy Peters.
E. Jane Capizzi, retired 4-H faculty, passed away on Feb. 25 in Corvallis. Jane was a 4-H agent in Douglas County, and also served as a 4-H leader and later as coordinator for the OSU state 4-H International Foreign Youth Exchange program in Corvallis.
A memorial service was held on March 12 at the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Corvallis.
Amy Peters, Ag Extension Faculty in Coos County, passed away on March 3rd 2017 at her home in Myrtle Point Oregon.
Her service will be held at the Pavilion located at the Myrtle Point Fair grounds on March 25th 2017, at 2pm. Pastor Lloyd Pounds of the First Christian Church, where she regularly attended, will be officiating.
Outdoor Summit Postponed
The Outdoor Summit has been postponed to allow for more planning time. More information to come.
Vice Provost Awards for Excellence: Save the Date
The Vice Provost Awards for Excellence Luncheon will be held on Monday, April 17 at CH2M Hill on the Oregon State main Campus.
Spring O&E Magazine is now available
The spring 2017 edition of O&E magazine is available in print and online. The publication also will appear in the spring edition of the Oregon Stater alumni magazine, which mails in early April. Copies of O&E will be mailed to each Extension office and Agriculture Experiment Stations. Applied research is the publication’s theme and include stories about engaging coastal communities in wave energy development; better-fed honeybees fight off harmful effects of parasite; 30-day lifestyle intervention lowers risk factors for chronic disease; and Cattle spend limited time in streams. Readers are also encouraged to download the Extension free book on “Coping with Caregiving: How to Manage Stress When Caring for the Elderly.
The Clatsop County Chick Cam is LIVE!
The chicks were expected to hatch today, March 13, but an early bird hatched yesterday and it appears she has been joined by a sibling already.
To watch the rest of chicks hatch, go to http://extension.oregonstate.edu/clatsop/
Extension in the News
Wallowa County’s emerging food movement is apparent at the FEAST gathering
Wallowa County Chieftain
March 8, 2017
Featuring Ann Bloom, Wallowa County Extension
Teens as Teachers 4-H program opportunity
Tillamook Headlight Herald
March 10, 2017
Featuring: Jessica Linnell, Tillamook County Extension