The Conser Family came to the Willamette Valley of Oregon in 1847, before Oregon had even established statehood. The Conser Group is operated by the direct descendants of Jacob Conser, founder of Jefferson, Oregon in 1848.

The Conser Family has been operating businesses, of various types, including real estate development, in Oregon for six (6) generations. Jacob Conser was responsible for the “First Railroad Addition to the City of Jefferson” in 1854. The bridge at the entrance to Jefferson is named in Jacob’s honor. His ancestral home, listed on the National Historic Register, is still standing and is utilized to this day as the City of Jefferson Library and Town Meeting Chambers. There is even a registered soil type named after the family, the “Conser Series” of soil.

Needless to say, they have very deep roots in the area and a historically strong reputation to uphold. The members of The Conser Group all live locally and are very involved in the sustainability of the local community.