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Salmon are dying from toxic stormwater runoff, Puget Sound area residents can help scientists figure out why

  Lacey, Wash.- Salmon exposed to toxic stormwater runoff can die in a matter of hours, and scientists are asking for Puget Sound area residents’…

Oct. 13: WSU organic farm hosts annual Fall Harvest Festival

The WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm will hold its annual Fall Harvest Festival, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 13.

$4.7 million effort protects future of grapes, wine from fast-adapting fungus

  Whether they are grown for wine, raisins or the table, grapes are one of the most important crops in the U.S., with a value…

Fighting Fossil Fuel Dependency with Fire: Dr. Manuel Garcia-Perez

Our world’s dependency on fossil fuels is one of the biggest challenges facing society today. The planet’s fossil fuel reserves are declining and the side…

Partners in advancing wheat, barley research for growers

  Continuing our ongoing partnership in support of Northwest grain growers, André-Denis Wright, Dean of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, joined…

WSU, Australian scientists link to transform agriculture in new Joint Center for Ag Robotics

  Joining forces to speed robotic advancements that help farmers grow food with fewer resources, scientists at Washington State University and Australia’s University of Technology…

Research helps shed light on global burden of animal disease

  Across the globe, families depend on livestock animals for milk, meat, eggs, even muscle power. But when a valuable cow or sheep gets sick,…

WSU foresters share alder management tips at Kent, Raymond workshops

Drawing the eye with its white bark and fetching premium prices for its sought-after timber, red alder is the most common native hardwood in western…

Orchard tours share WA 38 knowledge with growers

Nearly 200 apple growers and industry professionals gathered recently at Washington State University’s Roza and Sunrise research orchards in Prosser and Wenatchee, Wash., to encounter…

Researchers to help water flow more freely to farms, fish and people with USDA grant

New technology and management approaches could help the West’s precious water flow more efficiently for farmers, residents and fish, thanks to pioneering work by scientists…
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