Washington State University Extension

San Juan County


Remote and Beautiful

Important Industries

Tourism and Natural Resources

Island Grown

Local Produce at Its Best


Traditional and Diverse

Our Mission:
Extension promotes lifelong learning, self-sufficiency, and a livable environment by providing research-based education to individual, families, and diverse communities.


Employment Opportunity

WSU is currently recruiting applicants for the position of San Juan County Extension DIrector, which is currently vacant. If you are interested in finding out more about this position description and the job duties, please visit the WSU Employment Page here and reference the Position #121852. Screening of complete application packets will begin on November 6, 2015.

View the Notice of Vacancy

Who Are We?

WSU Extension in San Juan County is a partnership between Washington State University and San Juan County government to bring valuable research-based information to the residents of San Juan County. Our local programs include:

  • Small Farms/Agriculture Education – providing support for local ag systems.
  • WSU Master Gardeners – providing information in home horticulture, plant diagnostics, identification of weeds, plants, insects, and diseases, and composting.
  • 4-H Youth Development/Mentoring – coordinating opportunities for youth development, 4H clubs, and cultivating positive youth experiences through a new 4-H mentoring program.
  • Food Safety & Preservation – providing research-based, quality information in how to preserve home-grown harvests through canning, drying, and other methods of food preservation.


WSU Extension in San Juan County

Location: 221 Weber Way LL  Friday Harbor, WA 98250   (lower level of Skagit Valley College)

Phone: 360.378.4414

Office Hours: 8:00 – 3:30 Monday – Thursday; Closed Fridays


There are no upcoming events at this time.


San Juan County, 221 Weber Way Suite LL, Friday Harbor, WA 98250, (360) 378-4414
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