Oregon Lavender Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of lavender in Oregon. OLA's primary goal is to promote education about lavender and its benefits and support OLA members in their efforts to grow successful lavender businesses. All destinations promoted are members of the OLA and meet OLA's standards. More information is available by emailing email@example.com.
A bit of history about Oregon Lavender Destinations...
In July 2000, a group of Lavender growers from farms scattered in the countryside around Portland, Oregon, got together and came up with the idea of organizing a weekend of lavender festivities so that visitors could plan a "day in the country" experiencing the beautiful sight and smell of lavender farms in full bloom. They started the Portland Lavender Festival.
Around the same time, a dynamic group of ladies based in Yamhill decided that they would also open the area lavender farms to the public for a weekend each year, and center festivities around an Artisan's fair right in the middle of historic downtown Yamhill. They formed the Yamhill Valley Lavender Festival.
By a twist of good fate, in 2007 these two groups got together and decided to join forces into one big lavender festival. Thus the Oregon Lavender Festival was born. In 2008, the group created the Oregon Lavender Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of lavender and lavender-centric businesses in Oregon. The Oregon Lavender Association (OLA) website is www.oregonlavender.org.
We hope that our website has answered all your questions. If you have any more questions or any feedback for us, feel free to call us on 971-533-7753, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a letter to PO Box 741, Yamhill, OR 97148.
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