The first meeting of the National Grange was held on December 4, 1867 in the office of William Saunders, Superintendent of the Propagating Garden of the Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.
Since 1873, the Oregon State Grange has been a grassroots, non-partisan advocate for agriculture, rural issues, and American values.
Community Granges across the state serve local needs by volunteering countless hours and making their hall the social center of the community.
The Oregon State Grange is a part of a nationwide nonprofit fraternal organization with programs for family members of all ages.
Our Grange motto is more relevant today than ever:
Granges are celebrating our 150 years and looking forward by seeking new members. We’d like you to join us! See which membership plan is best for you and your family.
Current members, see Celebrate 150 for how Granges are observing this milestone and Membership for awards for this year-long drive.
Send feedback to email@example.com