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Jan. 21: WSU Extension hosts virtual Foresters Roundtable

Virtual event helps professionals who work with families who own private NW forestland.

January 28: Virtual Weed Board and Cereal Grain Conference

Blue Mountain-region WSU Extension experts will virtually host the regional Weed Board and Cereal Grain Conference

Survey examines COVID-19 impact on Washington farms and ranches

WSU is collaborating with UW and WSDA to survey the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on farms and ranches in Washington.

Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye shares quinoa’s hunger-fighting potential in TED Talk

WSU researcher's efforts to introduce nutritious crop featured on TED@Work

With new texts, Economic Sciences faculty members help students master microeconomic theory

Teaching how people, firms make decisions, WSU economic scientists publish new text on microeconomic theory

New from Extension: Food safety, apple economics, home wetlands, Wilke Farm report

Latest guides help growers explore feasibility of Fuji orchards, care for ponds and streams.

Early career award honors WSU next-gen textile researcher, Hang Liu

AMDT's Hang Liu honored for efforts to create a functional, sustainable future for textiles and apparel.

Pacesetter Award for eDNA sleuth Caren Goldberg

Scientist honored for groundbreaking research in conservation genetics to help maintain threatened species.

Yarbrough honored for five years as CAHNRS exercise class leader

For five years, Rob Yarbrough has led WSU community members on the path to fitness

Fall 2020: Keep your forests healthy with online coached planning course

Extension experts will virtually host their award-winning shortcourse for eastern Washington landowners.
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