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New $7M USDA grant expands WSU farmer suicide prevention program

WSU Extension will lead a 13-state farmer suicide prevention program thanks to a $7 million USDA-NIFA grant.

Concerned about Climate Change? Become a WSU Sustainable Community Steward

WSU Snohomish County Extension hosts their Sustainable Community Steward (SCS) fall training series starting Oct. 2.

WSU’s drive-in Wi-Fi team earns inaugural FCC digital access award

WSU-initiated partnership helped create drive-up broadband access at hundreds of locations

Digital AgAthon encourages students to bridge areas of expertise

New event has WSU students competing in multi-disciplinary teams to work on major agriculture issues using large data sets.

Scientists predict potential spread, habitat of invasive Asian giant hornet

WSU researchers have predicted how and where the Asian giant hornet could spread and find ideal habitat, in the U.S. and globally.

Sneeze art displayed on hospital walls

The WSU Children’s Center is working with Pullman Regional Hospital on a series of art projects that talk and teach about healthy actions.

Major grant helps grape growers better manage nutrients

New grant will allow study of hard-to-detect nutrient surpluses or deficiencies quickly, so that grape growers can make faster and better management decisions.

WSU receives $3 million for endowment to bolster food security

WSU announces $3 million gift to establish the Rosalie & Harold Rea Brown Distinguished Endowed Chair in Plant Pathology.

Revealing the diversity of genes behind better alfalfa hay

Completing new research, WSU scientists identified genetic markers and parent varieties that could boost the quality of alfalfa hay.

Privatized prisons lead to more inmates, longer sentences, study finds

When states turn to private prisons, the number of criminals incarcerated rises and the length of sentences increases.
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