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The Oregon State Grange


Learn why, how and where to join your Community Grange.
Meet the Oregon State Grange staff and officers.
Find resources and advice for members.
Discover Grange events happening in Oregon.



Discover the Family Fraternity for the 21st Century

In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.  


Granges debate, discuss and advocate for policy, not parties. The Grange led the way on issues such as womens rights,  free rural mail delivery and rural electrification and today advocates for rural broadband.

Family Friendly

Junior Grangers range in age from 5 to 14, and those 14 and older are full-fledged Grange members. Family is central in the Grange. 

Serving the Community

Recognizing Veterans, Game, Movie or Music nights, supporting foodbanks, hosting medical clinics, or donating medical supplies, supporting disaster victims and so much more.


Race, religion, gender and ethnicity are not barriers to membership. The Grange prides itself on providing an equal role for women since its inception,


The Grange requires a belief in the divine nature that provides the gift of life. It does not proscribe the form of that belief.

About Us

The Oregon State Grange has been aiding and promoting the efforts of Community Granges since 1873.  Learn more about the Grange accomplishments, history, organization and purpose under the Discover the Grange menu.



Good Food, Good Friends

Family Friendly

Community Service

Somethings Always Cooking at the Grange

Develop Your Talents

The Oregon State Grange

All Community Grange members are members of the Oregon State Grange. The Oregon State Grange represents Oregon at national events and provides resources, education, aid and assistance to Community Granges.





 Need Help?

Check out our library of logos, forms, resource booklets and more! Some additional resources are also in the section for members who are logged in. 

What’s Going On

Community Granges DO things. From putting on pancake breakfasts, or other meals to community service efforts like road or park cleanups or fundraising events to holding a wide variety of community or fun events such as farmers markets, concerts, yoga, craft fairs, haunted houses, harvest festivals, quilting bees, plays, and so much more. Our News and Events section lets you discover what is happening in Oregon and learn what is new from the State Grange.

Good of the Order for May

Think before you speak, Read before you think. Fran Lebowitz And once you read and think and speak, VOTE!

Upcoming Events

Lane Pomona #14

Meets at 10 AM for business, potluck at noon after meeting January 13 at Dorena, April 13 at Lorane (fifth degree), July 13 at Ada and October 12 at Walterville […]

Event Series Linn Pomona #12

Linn Pomona #12

Meets at 10:00 AM for business, potluck at noon or following meeting. January 13 at Morning Star, April 13 at Lacomb, July 13 at Santiam Valley, October 12 at Lacomb […]



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