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WSU Extension Forestry team honored for excellence in education

Northeast Washington Extension Forester Sean Alexander visits with Lynn Miner, owner of Casa Becca del Norté tree farm near Chewelah, Wash. Miner hosted WSU's Forest…

New guides from Extension: Weed control, dairy-defending raptors, and hard cider chemistry

Learn about Washington cider's unique chemistry, plus pest-fighting birds of prey, weeds of wheat

WSU’s Lind Field Day returns June 16

Learn about the latest research on crops and practices for dryland farming at 104th annual event.

Students learn the ropes of ag education careers at regional conference

Gaining best practices while learning how to launch their own teaching careers, WSU agricultural education students share ideas at regional conference.

Latest Extension guides: Irrigated agriculture, vineyard pests, and hop farming

Learn about data-informed irrigated farming, hop farming, and vineyard pests.

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.

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.

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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