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Adult salmon swimming upstream in small creek with waterfall.

WSU’s E3 collaboration pairs students with community-changing projects

Students help Washington communities improve wellbeing through WSU's new Extension, Engagement, and Education (E3) collaboration
Chef woman cooking wearing face protection mask and using tablet

WSU nutrition education classes go online to keep families healthy

COVID-19 has made it harder for people to meet and learn in person, including Washington parents and caregivers who need help ensuring their families have food to eat.
Close up of a pennycress flower

WSU research helps turn pennycress from a weed to bioenergy seed crop

Team takes a close look at genetics, physiology to develop improved, alternative crop.
Rows of leafy green grapevines shrouded in mist.

WSU to study Washington wine grapes exposed to wildfires

RICHLAND, Wash. - Hazy, smoke-filled skies across the West this fall made grape growers nervous, but Washington State University grape and wine chemistry researcher Tom Collins is working to minimize the effects of smoke exposure…
Corn stalks and waste, lying in the field.

Pilot project turns corn husks, stalks, leaves into jet fuel

WSU scientist joins national research team turning corn waste to sustainable fuel.
Young, small trees growing side-by-side attached to a trellis system.

Planting trees at the new WSU Horticulture Center

New trees have finally been planted at WSU's new Horticulture Center, replacing the old Tukey Orchard, that will serve as a hands-on, outdoor classroom.
Woman's hands using laptop, close up view.

WSU Extension joins partnership to make digital skills training accessible

WSU Extension partners with Wenatchee-based tech organization to give rural job seekers new skills.