The Clackamas County Extension Community Report is now available. The 16-page tabloid was published in cooperation with the Pamplin Media Group. The tabloid appeared in the following community newspapers the last week of April, 2011: Sandy Post, Estacada News, Oregon City News, Clackamas Review, West Linn Tidings, Lake Oswego Review, Wilsonville Spokesman, Canby Herald and Molalla Pioneer. The circulation was 50,000 copies.
“Extension’s Community Report provides a look at the university’s work in our county,” said Mike Bondi, Oregon State University’s Staff Chair at the Clackamas County Extension office. In addition, Bondi is the Interim Director at OSU’s North Willamette Research and Extension Center (NWREC) at Aurora—also, in Clackamas County. The report includes information Extension’s programs in the county—4-H, Family and Community Health, Forestry and Natural Resources and Agriculture. Several pages of the report focus specifically on agricultural topics and the work of the faculty and staff at NWREC.
“Our goal with the Community Report is to showcase our key education programs, outreach, and research for the past year—and the difference these activities make in people’s lives here in our communities.” Copies of the Clackamas County Extension Community Report can be obtained at the Extension office in Oregon City or at NWREC in Aurora.
The report can be found online here