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Warm Springs Extension

FRTEP - 1862

The Warm Springs Reservation is located in central Oregon. Home of the
Warm Springs, Wasco, and Paiute tribes, the Warm Springs Reservation is
inhabited by nearly 4,000 tribal members, most of whom live in or around the
town of Warm Springs. The reservation is approximately 640,000 acres, reaching
from Mt. Jefferson to the Deschutes River from west to east, and from the Mutton
Mountains to the Metolius River, from north to south. The tribal economy is
based primarily on natural resources, including hydropower, forest products and
ranching. Tourism and recreation also make important contributions.

Contact Information

Fara Ann Brummer

Extension Educator
(541) 553-1520 or (541) 553-3238
(514) 553-3368

PO Box 430,
Oregon State University Extension Service,
Warm Springs, OR 97761-0430

Extension Programs

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Agriculture In the Classroom Warm Springs Extension

Fourth graders from the Warm Springs Elementary School come once a month to learn about an ag. related topic. A live agricultural project provides a foundation for youth to learn about ag.... Read more

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The Rockin' 4-H Cattle Club Warm Springs Extension

This club incorporates Farm Service Agency youth loans, tribal Range and Ag. field work, and Extension education. Youth have purchased cattle pairs in the spring of 2006, and are working on growing... Read more

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Juniper treatments and range restoration Warm Springs Extension

Areas from the reservation are treated each year for juniper removal, thus eliminating competition for grasses and underground water resources. This is a joint project with Extension, Tribal Range... Read more