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Forest debris could shelter mountain huckleberry from climate change

Forestry scientists study how fallen logs could shelter the huckleberry from a hotter, drier future
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WSU Extension working to expand reliable, high-speed broadband access statewide

Washington State University Extension is collaboratively leading the charge to expand statewide access to reliable, high-speed internet.
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WSU wins first meat judging contest in over 50 years

WSU's meat judging team won Champion Team Overall at the National Western Stock Show, their first contest in 50 years.
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Award supports biofuel sustainability research through specialized equipment access

A team of WSU researchers was awarded one of 20 exploratory grants to more precisely understand how plants use nutrients from soil at the level of single cells.
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WSU grape smoke exposure expert named Innovator of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Department of V&E Assistant Professor Tom Collins was recently selected as Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s Innovator of the Year for his influential research on grape smoke exposure mitigation.
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SoilCon 2023: Taking Soil Health Principles to Practice

The Washington State Soil Health Initiative, with support from Western Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE), hosts SoilCon 2023, Feb. 14-15.
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WSU tree fruit Extension specialist recognized with Latino Leadership Award

Bernardita Sallato, a WSU assistant professor and tree fruit Extension specialist, received the Latino Leadership Award from the Washington State Tree Fruit Association for her outreach work with the Hispanic community.
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