TACOMA, Wash.—Aiming to catch and identify invasive pests and diseases before they impact Washington farms and forests, scientists at Washington State University will plant trees and shrubs as sentinels at […]
More than 50 students in WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences were recognized March 30, 2023, during an evening awards ceremony and banquet at Ensminger Pavilion in Pullman, Washington.
Now an intercontinental movement, the Extension Master Gardener Program began in Washington in the early 1970s. Above, several early program pioneers answer questions in a western Washington clinic in spring 1973. Clockwise from rear are…
Twenty-one scientists and educators in WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences received promotion in tenure or career tracks for 2023. Faculty members advancing their careers work in more than a dozen fields