2020 Farmworker Housing Conference

Jointly organized by CASA of Oregon and the Office of Rural and Farmworker Housing (ORFH), the Farmworker Housing Conference brings owners, developers, policy makers, designers, and builders together to discuss the housing needs of the farmworker community. Our speakers, through their presentations, will cover a wide range of topics, from current property management tools to immigration reform. Join us for a fun and informative few days! For questions about the 2020 Farmworker Housing Conference, e-mail: conference@casaoforegon.org.


Where is the conference hosted?

The 2020 FHC will take place along the Oregon-Washington border in the Columbia River Gorge at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington!

When is the conference?

The 2020 Farmworker Housing Conference will go from July 29-30th.

Who should attend the conference?

Targeted at housing owners, developers, property managers, policy makers, designers and builders, the conference agenda and speakers will offer a wide range of insights and resources linked to the farmworker community.

Are accommodations included in the conference registration?

No, accommodations are independent and the responsibility of each attendee.

What are some local attractions?

For those who love the outdoors, some of the most beautiful hiking trails in the state, a plethora water sports and scenic views await you. For the food and beverage connoisseurs, great restaurants, wineries, breweries and farm stands are all within minutes. There is no shortage of activities for visitors to the area.

Click here to view activities to do at and around Skamania Lodge.

Click here to visit the Hood River’s tourism site for updated event calendars just accross the Columbia River.


Our early bird registration will open shortly. Check back here soon for the link!