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Fresh from WSU Extension: Freeze damage to crops; Giant hornets; flour food safety

Latest guides help farmers, landowners, beekeepers, and food preparers improve practices.

New from Extension: Understanding wireworms; do coffee grounds make good mulch?

Latest guides help gardeners learn about mulch, farmers manage a persistent insect pest.

Doctoral graduate in Crop Sciences helps improve crops that feed the world

As a Crop Sciences PhD student, Karansher Sandhu helped improve grain yields and nutritional quality.

New Fruit Management grad Eric Barragan ready to assist apple, cherry industry

"My goal is to help growers produce more fruit," says fall 2021 grad.

3rd gen Coug grad Dylan Hereford draws on hands-on, classroom experiences

"I was drawn to WSU for college," says Animal Sciences major and fall '21 grad.

’21 Ag Education grad bridges cultures, opens doors for Spanish speakers

Rodrigo Ascencio (right, with his wife Dana Ascencio), new graduate in Agricultural and Food Systems, helped Spanish speakers access ag-education lessons as a student teacher.…

‘You have time’: Fall grad Abbi Prins finds opportunities on, beyond campus

Abbi Prins will build an already-launched career in the dairy industry after making a big impact at WSU

CAHNRS alumna awarded for creating agriculture opportunities for students

CAHNRS alumna Jenica Nickels was awarded the Bridge Builder Award through Agriculture Future of America (AFA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing professional development, scholarships,…

First-gen grad Raylynn Fernandez gained hands-on experience in Animal Sciences

Fall 2021 graduate's interest grew through rewarding work with animals

Student quinoa project selected for global summit

Cristina Ocana Gallegos, a master’s student in crop soil sciences in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, showcased her quinoa project at…
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