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  • CLASSROOM LOCATION CODES AND ADDRESSES

    Northwest Wine Studies Center (NVC) 215 Doaks Ferry Road NW, West Salem

    Yamhill Valley Campus (YVC) 288 NE Norton Lane, McMinnville

    Chemeketa Salem Campus (CAM) 4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem

    Joel Keebler, Director

    503.399.6565

    Sherrie Magarrell

    Administrative Assistant

    503.399.5139

    Suzanne Monson

    Secretary

    503.589.7946

    Horticulture Instructor

    Joleen Schilling, 503.399.5150

    Christeena DeRoo

    Greenhouse Assistant

    503.315.4586

    AgriBusiness Management

    Instructors

    David Sunderland, 503.589.7759

    Phil La Vine, 503.399.5089

    Vineyard Management

    Instructor

    Jessica Cortell, 503.584.7278

    Wine Business Instructor

    Michael Adams, 503.584.7280

    Winemaking Instructor

    Jessie Sandrock, 503.584.7255

    Salem Office

    Building 60

    Chemeketa Salem Campus

    4000 Lancaster Dr. NE

    Salem, OR 97305

    Northwest Wine Studies

    Center

    215 Doaks Ferry Rd. NW

    Salem, OR 97304

    Mailing Address

    PO Box 14007

    Salem, OR 97309-7070

    Email Address

    ag@chemeketa.edu

    Website

    chemeketa.edu

    instagram.com/chemeketahorticulture

    instagram.com/chemeketawinestudies

    .has given me the chance to actually live out the things that are talked about in class.Spending time with Lynn.gave me the opportunity to ask her questions about the grapes and her winemaking style.she would always show me examples of bad grapes and explain why she didnt want them in the

    wine. Robert Temple, Penner-Ash Wine Cellar

    I have been able to utilize the tools I learned in Wine Business classes by creating marketing materials and applying the fundamental practices for dealing with Direct To Consumer sales and the methods in which payments and fees are handled.Through these projects I developed computer and research skills, and an understanding of terminology and procedural formats that made the work experience that much more

    valuable and capable. Kyle Strubelat, Remy Wines

    This work experience ties in perfectly with the winemaking courses I took at Chemeketa. I have a much greater understanding of the numbers game as it relates to winemaking. Target pH, acidity, sugar and alcohol numbers mean a lot more to me now!

    Jocelyn Graham, Anderson Family Vineyard

    "This internship was a good way to tie things that I have learned scholastically to a practical application. Bryan took a lot of time to answer my never ending questions and happily explained Firesteeds operation. I am proud of the work I was asked to do and

    accomplished. Patrick Hare, Firesteed

    .When I walked into my job.I was nervous I didn't know enough or that I wasn't strong enough. I had so much support from my Site Supervisor while at the same time being challenged to master skills. I feel honored to have been asked to remain part of the

    LaVelle Team! Sarah Tunnell, LaVelle Vineyards

    .the best experience Ive ever had.really motivated me to finish my degree. I feel so much more confident using my learned skills in the real-life work force! Christina Snegerivat, Willamette Valley

    Vineyards

    The experience.was essential for me to fully become the winemaker I want to be.This position has exposed me to new technology and practices.The responsibility I was given was the best learning

    opportunity! Mathieu Delarbreat, A to Z Wineworks

    mailto:jf.keebler@chemeketa.edumailto:sherrie.magarrell@chemeketa.edumailto:joleen.schilling@chemeketa.edumailto:christeena.deroo@chemeketa.edumailto:david.sunderland@chemeketa.edumailto:phil.lavine@chemeketa.edumailto:jessica.cortell@chemeketa.edumailto:michael.adams@chemeketa.edumailto:jessica.sandrock@chemeketa.edumailto:ag@chemeketa.eduhttp://www.chemeketa.edu/programs/agriculture/http://instagram.com/chemeketahorticulturehttp://instagram.com/chemeketawinestudies

  • Spring Term: March 28-June 11 | Holiday: May 30

    HORTICULTURE CREDIT COURSES

    Course Title CRN Course Number Time, Day, Dates Instructor

    Bldg/ Room

    Tuition + Fee

    Bees and Other Pollinators (2 Credits)

    78398 HOR110 2:30-4:20 pm, Mondays Melissa Scherr

    CAM 7/105

    $160 +58 $218

    Nursery Production and Management (3 Credits)

    78395 HOR221

    11:30 am-12:20 pm, Mondays and Wednesdays

    Required field trips 9 am-2:30 pm, Saturdays

    April 30 and May 14

    Joleen Schilling

    CAM 7/106 Field trips

    CAM 62/101

    $240 +72 $312

    Spring Plant Identification (3 Credits) Must register for both

    Lecture 78396 Lab

    78397

    HOR228 9:30-11:20 am, Tuesdays

    9:30 am-12:20 pm, Thursdays Joleen

    Schilling CAM

    61/102

    $240 +102 $342

    Integrated Pest Management: Weeds (3 Credits)

    73437 HOR236 3:30-4:50 pm

    Mondays and Wednesdays Nathan Miller

    CAM 7/106

    $240 +82 $322

    Identification of Herbaceous Plants 1 (3 Credits) Must register for both

    Lecture 79707 Lab

    79709

    HOR255 1:30-3:20 pm

    Tuesdays and Thursdays Joleen

    Schilling CAM 7/106

    $240 +102 $342

    Organic Gardening (3 Credits) Must register for both

    Lecture 79683 Lab

    79684

    HOR276

    9:30-10:20 am Mondays and Wednesdays

    Lab 11:30 am-1:20 pm Tuesdays

    Joleen Schilling

    CAM 7/106

    $240 +72 $312

    WINE STUDIES CREDIT COURSES

    General Viticulture (3 Credits)

    71731 VMW101 6-8:50 pm, Wednesdays Jessica Cortell

    NVC/E104 Bldg. 1

    $240 +67

    $307

    Introduction to Wine Marketing (3 Credits)

    79109 VMW170 9 am-11:50 am, Tuesdays Michael Adams

    NVC/127 Bldg. 2

    $240 +67

    $307

    Introduction to Winemaking (3 Credits)

    77738 VMW122 Online class Jessica

    Sandrock Online

    $240 +117 $357

    NEW! Fundamental Chemistry for Winemaking (5 Credits) Register for lecture and one lab

    Lecture 79776

    Lab 79879

    VMW223

    Lecture 2-4:50 pm, Tuesdays

    Lab 1-4:50 pm, Fridays

    David Bellows

    Lecture YVC01/201

    Lab YVC01/300

    $400 +120 $520

    Prerequisites: MTH111, MTH 095 or higher; and VMW222; instructor consent required

    Wine Aging, Filtration, and Bottling (4 Credits) Must register for both

    Lecture 72410

    Lab 72415

    VMW246 3-7:50 pm, Wednesdays Jessica

    Sandrock NVC/127 Bldg. 2

    $320 +91

    $411

    Prerequisites: CH123, VMW224, and VMW245; instructor consent required, 503.584.7255.

    HORTICULTURE AND WINE STUDIES CREDIT COURSE

    Soil Science (4 Credits) Must register for both

    Lecture 79793 Lab

    79795

    SOIL205

    Lecture 12:30-1:50 pm

    Mondays and Wednesdays Lab

    3:30-6:20 pm, Tuesdays

    Melissa Scherr

    CAM 7/106 $320 +86 $406

    It is the policy of Chemeketa Community College and its Board that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age,

    national origin, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, citizenship status, pregnancy and related conditions, family relationship, veterans

    status, disabilities, tobacco usage during work hours, whistle blowing, victim of domestic violence and genetic information in any educational programs, activities

    or employment. Persons having questions about equal opportunity/affirmative action should contact the Affirmative Action Officer at 4000 Lancaster Dr. NE,

    Salem, Oregon 97309-7070, or call 503.399.4784. To request this publication in an alternative format, please call 503.399.5192.

  • New degree-seeking students need to contact Counseling and Career Services at 503.399.5120.

    Beginning March 15 new and non-credit students can register on my.chemeketa.edu. Once registered you have 10 working days to make

    financial arrangements for payment of your tuition or you will be charged a $25 fee. Additional $25 late fees will be applied for accounts 30

    days or more over due at the 6th and 10th weeks of each term. Maximum late fees of $75 per term will be charged.

    PESTICIDE NON-CREDIT COURSES

    NO EXAM OFFERED AFTER CLASSES - SCHEDULE AND PAY FOR EXAM INDEPENDENTLY AT OREGON.METROSIGNUP.COM

    Pesticide Laws and Safety Review Register before March 11

    73311 XAGR9801M 8 am-5 pm

    Monday, March 28 Laurie Gordon

    CAM 61/102

    $204

    Approved by the Oregon Landscape Contractors Board for eight CEH. Eight pesticide recertification hours, including core and/or other hours. Reviews federal and state pesticide laws and the government agencies related to pesticide regulation and safe pesticide use. Helps prepare the student to take the Oregon Department of Agriculture pesticide certification exams in the Laws and Safety and Apprentice categories.

    Pesticide Right-of-Way Training Review Register before April 13

    78428 XAGR9801P 8 am-5 pm, Thursday

    8 am-noon, Friday April 28 and 29

    Laurie Gordon

    CAM 61/102

    $208

    This review session is designed to present information about weed biology, identification, and control practices; herbicide basics; pesticide application; right-of-way chemicals; and laws and liability in preparation for taking Oregon's Right-of-Way and Regulatory Weed Control licensing exams.

    Pesticide Applicator Training (Spanish) Register before April 21

    79682 XAGR9804E 8 am-5 pm

    Saturday, May 7 Juan Pablo

    Valot CAM

    61/102 $157

    Eight hours pesticide recertification credit, including core and/or other hours