The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) publishes forecasts and real-time conditions from its Sherman County LTE Station.
FAQ Topic: Farming
Consult with the Sherman County Planner to discuss your plans for any non-farm dwellings.
Our “Available Real Estate” page has a handy map link for exploring and posting for-sale residential, agricultural, or commercial properties.
Yes, Sherman County 4-H has a newsletter that comes out six to eight times per year. If you’d like to be added to the mailing list call the OSU Extension Office at (541) 565-3230, or simply view the newsletters from our online 4-H newsletter archives.
Currently, Sherman County 4-H clubs help area youth nurture their skills with cows, goats, sheep, pigs, poultry, rabbits and guinea pigs, horses, robotics, sewing, cooking, outdoor cooking and food preservation, shooting sports, and leadership (7th-12th graders). Sherman County 4-H also would like to offer more clubs, such as photography, as volunteers are available. (See the … Continued
The 4-H Leader forms are at http://extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman/leader-forms. A background check is required. The Sherman 4-H Association (formerly 4-H Leaders Assn) meets monthly at the OSU Extension Office at 515 Columbia Street in Wasco.
February 15 is the last day to enroll in 4-H within Sherman County for this year. Contact Cindy Brown at Oregon State University to begin that process: (541) 565-3230 or email@example.com. The 4-H year officially begins in October and runs through September. Sherman County 4-H enrollments are done in January of each year. Cost is … Continued
Here are three ways to help protect yourself and others from wildfires: Call 9-1-1 right away if the fire cannot be put out. Compost rather than burn and do not use a burn barrel or campfire during the dry summer and early-fall months. Study up on the Sherman County Community Wildfire Protection Plan.
Rainfall records are available at http://extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman/crops-sherman-county-extension-service-oregon-state-university.
Sherman County does not have its own dryland-grains agricultural extension agent. Instead, contact Brian Tuck at Wasco County Extension Office (541) 565-5494 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Jordan Maley at Gilliam County Extension Office (541) 384-2271 or email@example.com.