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3 garlic bulbs on a table with two white bags next to them. The bags have a sticker with the words Healthy food for healthy generations! Inchelium Red Garlic Grab, Go & Grow on them.

Bringing back a tasty old friend

WSU Extension is working to revitalize native Inchelium Red garlic, the oldest strain of garlic grown in North America.
A large wheeled irrigation system in a field

WSU launches water management survey in Okanogan, Methow, Walla Walla, Yakima basins

WSU scientists and collaborators will survey owners of irrigated farms this winter in the Okanogan, Methow, Walla Walla, and Yakima river basins.
Murray, standing outside on tree-lined walk, with arms crossed.

New endowed chair role helps longtime Extension scientist support better pest control

Todd Murray has been named the Norman Ehmann Endowed Chair in Urban Pest Management, where he'll do research and educate the urban pest management industry in the Pacific Northwest.
Front view of new building

WSU opens Plant Sciences Building, new home for collaborative agricultural research

State-of-the-art research hub virtually dedicated through commemorative video.
Shot of a group of young students sitting together in a computer room

Company’s donation of industry-leading software to help students design their futures

Starting next semester, AMDT students will have access to a widely used product lifecycle management software in the retail, fashion, footwear, and apparel industries.
A young boy reaches for fruit on a supermarket stand while wearing a mask.

Study measures food insecurity in Washington families

According to the first Washington State Food Security Survey, 30% of Washington households have experienced food insecurity since the implementation of the state’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order in March. Of those households, 59% had…
Lisa DeVetter, in field.

WSU, Oregon State research team helps modernize blueberry pollination

To help grow $800M crop, team studies ways to improve bee pollination.