Night at the Aquarium: Inspiring Future Scientists 

The Bridger Science Club celebrated the start of winter break by attending an overnight trip at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, Oregon. This was the largest overnight experience yet!
Donate to Beaverton's homeless students
Did you know that Beaverton School District has the highest number of homeless students in the state?
Please help OSU Extension support Beaverton's homeless students. Drop items by the collection box through February at the OSU Extension Service Education Center, 1815 NW 169th Place, Suite 1000, Beaverton. See the list of requested items.
Shaping the World's Food Scene

 Portland is an international foodie destination. Join Oregon State's Food Innovation Center scientists for a glimpse at the product development process that transforms new and exciting food items from idea to shelf. And we will do some taste testing!
Wednesday, Feb. 28
Doors open at 5:30 p.m., program at 6:30 p.m.
Oregon Historial Society, 1200 SW Park Ave.
$5 OSUAA member with advance online registration
$8 nonmember with advance online registration
$10 at the door, free for 12 and younger
Personal pizzas are fun for both children and adults. Load them up with veggies and your favorite toppings.
Visit for more recipes.
Got a food preservation question? There's an app for that.
Washington County 4-H First Wednesdays invite youth and their families to free monthly programs about 4-H and a wide variety of well being topics. The March 7 meeting will cover bio-security practices at the 2018 Washington County Fair. Programs are 6:30 to 8 p.m. Click here for a schedule of topics and more information.
Registration is open for this year's 2018 Soil School . This all-day workshop covers all things soil at the PCC Rock Creek Learning Garden. James "Dr. Soil" Cassidy will be the kick-off speaker.
Mason bees emerge early in the season before honey bees to help pollinate those early blooming plants. Learn more about these helpful creatures.