The Grange is the nation’s oldest national agricultural organization, with grassroots units established in 3,600 local communities in 37 states.
Why was the Grange started
It was formed in the years following the American Civil War to unite private citizens in improving the economic and social position of the nation’s farm population. Over the past 142 years, it has evolved to include non-farm rural families and communities.
What does the California State Grange do
Its 10,000 members provide service to agriculture, urban and rural areas on a wide variety of issues, including economic development, education, family endeavors, and legislation designed to assure a strong and viable America.
How can I be a part of Orangevale Grange
You can support the Grange’s community activities and programs, help maintain Grange buildings and keep the Grange’s political voice strong by a joining and becoming a Grange member. We offer two types of membership: Associate Membership or our full Grange membership.
What do I gain by becoming a Grange member
The Granges offers its members:
◦An opportunity to join with others to improve communities
◦A chance to influence local, state and national laws
◦A social gathering place for activities and recreation
◦A place to develop skills for a lifetime
◦A friendly, family-oriented organization that provides lifetime membership
The National Grange
California State Grange
Other Granges in the area:
American River Grange # 172
Elk Grove Grange # 86
Rio Linda Grange # 403
Sacramento Vegetarian Society Grange #850
Sacramento Community Grange #843
Sacramento County Pomona Grange #2
Granges in surrounding areas:
Pleasant Valley Grange #675
Ione Grange #681
Hangtown Grange #464
Marshall Grange #451
Pilot Hill Grange #1
Gold Hill Grange #326
Loomis Grange #638
Mt Vernon Grange #453