Water

WSU economists seek stakeholder input in review of Snake River breaching analysis

Scientists with Washington State University’s Freight Policy Transportation Institute will reach out to regional stakeholders as part of a newly launched independent review of a state-contracted analysis of transport impacts from potential breaching of four lower Snake River dams. The review calls for engagement with representatives from agriculture, tourism, ports, and other industries that would […]

Eric Jessup

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

Mentor program bridges Indigenous knowledge, Western science to build tribal capacity, protect ecosystems

Graduates can connect with Native knowledge holders and western science mentors to support Tribes and understand keystone ecosystems.

Salmon stream

Lamb Weston donation helps WSU Master Gardeners enhance sustainability education

Through a gift from Lamb Weston, WSU Master Gardener Program volunteers in central Washington will help their communities become more sustainable and food secure.

Lamb Weston check passing for Master Gardeners

Award honors Forester Kevin Zobrist and team’s stewardship impact

In classrooms or deep in the woods, Forester Kevin Zobrist helps Washingtonians protect the woodland environment.

Zobrist wide crop forest