This is our new office. Come stop by and say hello.
Address: 17 SW Cascade Ave
WSU Extension programs and events are open to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported to your local WSU Extension office.
Coached Planning Short Course, Mondays, April 23-June 18; SOLD OUT! For more information contact Patrick Shults for the next available sessions.
Introducing our new regional WSU Extension Forester, Patrick Shults! Patrick hails from Michigan is ready to assist you with your forest stewardship needs. Contact him at email@example.com or via phone 360-740-1213. Give him a call to chat or set up a site visit.
Crimson Pride Spring 2018
Join the Award Winning 2018 Fresh from the Farm Guide by filling out the Online application
2018 “Fresh from the Farm”Lewis-County-2018-farm-guide-hard-copy Guide applications to be in the hard copy printed version are closed, however filling out the form on the link above will put your farm onto the online version on the Discover Lewis County website and the Lewis County Farm Bureau website. And, it will put you in the system to be included in the 2019 hard copy printed version.
For a printable version, 2018 Workshop Schedule
Assisting our local communities through outreach education workshops, volunteer programs and activities. We offer programs in 4-H, Master Gardeners/Master Recycler Composters, Food Safety & Preservation, Forestry, and AgriTourism/Entrepreneurism.
Lewis County is diverse and full of many opportunities from our most western community of PeEll to the Twin cities of Centralia & Chehalis to the most eastern community of Packwood. In addition, Mossyrock, Morton, Onalaska, Winlock, Toledo, Vader and Napavine are all small towns that hold the sense of community through festivals, lifestyle and a sense of family. Located in Southwest Washington midway between Seattle and Portland and midpoint between the Pacific Ocean and Mount Rainier, it is the perfect home base for our community members. Lewis County is rich with rural culture with its timbered acres, farmlands and rivers to support livelihoods, natural wildlife and outdoor interests of our residents.