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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.
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$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.
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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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WSU awarded $10 million to increase nutrition in food crops

WSU's Soil to Society project recently received a five-year, $10 million grant from the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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New research aims to create Trojan Virus that can destroy viruses after infection

WSU researcher s working on a completely new way to fight viral infections thanks to grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
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Food Science donations help students, school upgrade

This summer, the Puget Sound Institute of Food Technologists donated $100,000 to the WSU School of Food Science while also providing another $50,000 in student scholarships.
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Pick a pumpkin at WSU organic farm

Pick your own pumpkins at the WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm this year. U-pick pumpkin sales are Oct. 1, 2, 8, & 9 at the WSU organic farm. The farm will host U-Pick pumpkin times over two…
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