Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
WSU Extension, Grant County
1525 E. Wheeler Road (Across from Ziggy’s)
Moses Lake, WA 98837
Please call for general inquiries or if your issue/topic is not listed below with our staff.
To direct dial an extension, please call (509) 754 2011 and enter the extension when prompted.
For a home lawn and garden question, contact a Master Gardener Volunteer: email@example.com.
Laurie Berens, Office Manager, General information, Office finances, Website
firstname.lastname@example.org | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4312
Ana Myers, Extension Secretary, General information, 4-H Youth Development, Website
email@example.com | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4313
4-H and Youth programs
Carolyn Russo, 4-H Program Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4309
Stephanie Roeter-Smith, Chelan/Douglas/Grant 4-H Regional Specialist
email@example.com I 509-667-6540
Karen Lewis, Tree Fruit Regional Specialist
firstname.lastname@example.org | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4307
Andrew McGuire, Grant County Director, Soil Health, High Residue Farming, & Ag Systems Regional Specialist
email@example.com | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4323
Sarah Maki Smith, Animal Sciences Regional Specialist
firstname.lastname@example.org | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4363
Carrie Huffman Wohleb, Potato, Vegetable, & Seed Crops Regional Specialist
email@example.com | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4367
Steve Norberg, Alfalfa, Forage Production, regional Specialist (located in Franklin County)
firstname.lastname@example.org | (509) 545-3511
Nutrition and Health
Janelle Todaro, Snap-Ed. Nutrition Educator
email@example.com | (509) 754-2011, Ext. 4373
WSU Extension serves the residents of Washington State by creating and delivering targeted research-based knowledge and education. It’s a mission the organization and its dedicated specialists have refined over the past century. Part of that process is communicating results.
Find out more at WSU Grant County Community Impacts.
Washington State University Grant Extension serves Grant County and the irrigated portion of Adams County as designated by the Columbia Basin Reclamation Project. We connect our clientele to the research and knowledge base of the state’s land grant research university to provide solutions to local problems and stimulate local economies.