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Youth-Made Products
Youth-Made Products
OYA youth make a wide variety of products while participating in vocational education and workskills programs to gain experience in a trade or business practice.  By-products of these skill building programs are available to the public to purchase.
 
Brochures (pdf versions) with more information are posted below.  Item, quantity, and quality will vary based on program focus.  To determine current availability and prices, please contact the program staff listed.
 
Eastern Oregon Youth Correctional Facility 
  • Monroe High School, located within the facility, offers a wide range of products and services for purchase to the public.
 
Camp Tillamook
  • Firewood Sales
Youth at Camp Tillamook sell firewood to the community.  The wood is donated to the facility by the State Parks system (from trees brought down by storms) and the youth split, stack, and deliver it.

Contact:
Camp Tillamook
6820 Barracks Circle
Tillamook, OR 97141-9683
 
Amy Braden at 503-842-4243, ext. 321
Denessa Martin at 503-842-4243, ext. 350
MacLaren Vocational Programs
  • Wood crafting
  • Horticultural
  • Welding products
  • Laser engraving and sandblasting
Contact:  Kent Hollingsworth 
William P. Lord High School
MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility
503-981-9531 (ext. 377)
 
MacLaren Lattice Factory 
  • Seasonal wood gifts
Contact: Ron Flory, Lattice Factory Supervisor
             or
             Derrick Ingram 
Phone: 503-981-9531, ext 336
MacLaren Youth Correctional Facility
RiverBend Transition Facility
  • Youth at RiverBend sell firewood to the community. The wood is donated to the facility by the other agencies for various reasons and the youth split, stack, and deliver it.
Contact: 
Gary Lillard at 541-663-8801, ext. 224
Donnie Clipfell at 541-663-8801, ext. 321 
 
RiverBend Transition Program
58231 Oregon Highway 244
La Grande, OR  97850-7240