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A young man in a black shirt holds grapes in front of the WSU Wine Science Center.

‘Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship’ program to raise funds for V&E students through December

Buy a case of wine to help WSU students and maybe check one (or more) names off your holiday gift list this year. Now through December, Chateau Ste. Michelle will donate $3 per wine case…
A young man in a blue shirt checks grapevine leaves with a woman in a hat and glasses between bright green vineyard rows.

Research team working to update decades-old vineyard nutrition guidelines, improve grape tissue sampling

Vineyard soils require adequate nutrients for growing healthy grapes, but testing plants for nutrients is a cumbersome, outdated process that takes considerable time and effort. A four-year, $4.75 million Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) USDA-NIFA…
Blemished pumpkin

Tracking a bacterial culprit in the case of the warty pumpkin

Bacteria-caused blemishes open the door to infections that rot this bright, seasonal fruit
Forestry field visit

New WSU podcast shares insights for healthy, safe forests

Forest Overstory podcast is an informal avenue for woodland education.
Posed photo of David Treuer

Modern Native America and environmental justice focus of free lecture Oct. 21

Best-selling author David Treuer will present “Modern Native America and Environmental Justice: Changing the Narrative of Our American Moment” as part of the Lane Lecture Series.
Green hemp plants in a field.

$10 million grant to study hemp market in western U.S.

WSU scientists will study different hemp varieties and do chemical analysis of them as part of a new $10 million USDA grant.
Remote work typing

WSU Extension, AWB launch program preparing Washingtonians for remote work

New course equips rural residents with skills for post-pandemic economy
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