Washington State University Extension engages people, organizations and communities to advance economic well-being and quality of life by connecting them to the knowledge base of the university and by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.
Community well-being is important to us
Are you or someone you know experiencing added feelings of stress, anxiety, depression, or other emotions during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic? You are not alone. We’ve put together a crisis contact list and have worked to ensure that the services listed are still available in these challenging times. The list is available in English or Spanish.
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- WSU Extension is committed to continuing its Land Grant mission and services, while mitigating risk to WSU personnel, program participants, and the public.
- WSU Extension offices and programs will make decisions based upon the best available information at the local level regarding operations and events.
- WSU Extension encourages the use of basic personal preventive measures: Cough & Sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue. Maintain social distancing (enough distance to avoid an uncovered cough) if possible. Avoid touching your face. Wash your hands frequently with soap & water – use hand sanitizer if you can’t wash.
- 4-H Youth Development
- Skagit County WSU Extension Master Gardeners
- Food Access, Reuse and Recycling
- Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winterschool
- Diabetes Prevention Program
- Livestock Advisors
Skagit County Extension
11768 Westar Lane, Suite A
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.