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Lisa Charpilloz Hanson

Deputy Director

Oregon Department of Agriculture

HQ Phone:  (541) 986-4700

Email: l***@***.us

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Oregon Department of Agriculture

635 Capitol St. NE

Salem, Oregon,97301

United States

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Katy Coba Appointed As Oregon Chief Operating Officer and Director of the Department of Administrative Services - Northeast Oregon Business News

neobn.com [cached]

ODA Deputy Director Lisa Charpilloz Hanson will serve as Interim Director of ODA beginning Oct. 1, until a successor is appointed.


Oregon receives $1.7 million in specialty crop funds - Northeast Oregon Business News

neobn.com [cached]

"These funds go a long way in helping Oregon agriculture," says ODA Acting Director Lisa Hanson.


Oregon Marijuana Growers Warned Against Use of Illegal Pesticides - The Hemp News

www.thehempnews.com [cached]

Lisa Hanson, deputy director at ODA, said that her staff, along with OLCC and the health department are putting together a list of advisory pesticides, but in the meantime, growers may be in the safe zone using chemicals that Environmental Protection Agency - which oversees pesticide permitting - that have very low toxicity, such as garlic oil.


www.wqscert.com

In a written response to the audit, ODA Acting Director Lisa Hanson said that food safety program staff members have started addressing the inspection backlog by setting goals and generating monthly reports to track progress.
She acknowledged that turnover has been a challenge - the report notes that 28 inspectors have either left ODA or retired since 2006 - and that the program is currently recruiting to fill a vacant field operations manager position. Hanson responded that the current contract year expires July 31, 2017, and that ODA will work with FDA "to explore opportunities to further reduce the number of contract inspections going forward."


Water, Water Everywhere | Oregon Agriculture

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A special panel was assembled, featuring Kevin Masterson, Toxics Coordinator for DEQ, Lisa Hanson, Deputy Director for the Oregon Department of Agriculture, Allison Hensey, Food and Farms Program Director for the Oregon Environmental Council, and ABC member Brian Nakamura of Nakamura Orchards.
Panelists included (from left to right) Allison Hensey, Food and Farms Program Director for the Oregon Environmental Council, ABC member Brian Nakamura of Nakamura Orchards, Lisa Hanson, Deputy Director for the Oregon Department of Agriculture and Kevin Masterson, Toxics Coordinator for DEQ. "There's a lot of discussion around water quality," Hanson says, "it's an ongoing discussion about what it is, what it isn't, what it looks like today and what it should look like in the future. "There are conditions that need to be on the land, and if those conditions are met then the assumption is agriculture is doing its part to meet them," says Hanson. "Water, water, water, whether water quantity or water quality and data, data, data show us what you're doing and show us how it's working," says Hanson. "We need data so we can tell your story," says Hanson.


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