Agriculture

4-H livestock event bringing in WSU expertise to benefit rural community

In preparation for fair season, Washington State University Colville Reservation Extension will be hosting a 4-H Livestock Nutrition and Health Workshop.

Celebrating a century of impact by WSU’s Biological Systems Engineers

For a century and more, WSU’s Biological Systems Engineers have transformed Northwest agriculture. On March 9, BSE faculty, students, and staff celebrated their accomplishments and reflected on the impact of those who came before.

BSE faculty 2024

Latest WSU Extension guides: Why do leaves turn red? Mosquitoes, bug off from my orchard!

Learn how to eliminate disease-carrying mosquitoes from irrigated orchards; protect vineyards from pests; and explore why leaves turn red in the latest WSU Extension guides.

Mosquito stock photo

Circular food systems buoy Washington agriculture, reinvigorate local economies

WSU Extension is developing interconnected, equitable, and sustainable food systems across the state, ensuring that Washington’s bountiful food systems are protective of land, water, and people.

A squatting person tends to a ripening crop.

USDA undersecretary encounters research for specialty crops at Prosser

A U.S. Department of Agriculture visit shares grant-funded advances in smart technology, virus-free plants, biotic and abiotic stresses, and training the next-generation workforce.

WSDA and USDA Prosser visit 2024