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WSU students develop professional skills at landscaping and horticulture show

Spanning three days and showcasing industry leaders, experts, and vendors, Portland, Ore.'s yearly Farwest Show is the biggest landscaping and horticulture industry event in the…

MANRRS creates opportunities for WSU student

WSU student Suzena Arias was an intern this summer in a program partnership between U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and student organization Minorities in Agriculture,…

New from Extension: Are sweet cherries feasible for my orchard?

Free guides help orchardists learn whether popular sweet cherries are economic for their farms.

Ag student details her career goals as a woman in agriculture

Recent graduate Daisy Arias is fascinated with the potential for growth in the agriculture industry and is passionate about contributing to the field by changing…

Plant pathologist Lindsey du Toit named fellow of the American Phytopathological Society

Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist Lindsey du Toit. Internationally recognized for her work protecting valuable seed crops from diseases, Lindsey du Toit has been named…

April 23: Insect Expo event teaches public about bugs

The WSU Entomology Graduate Student Association's Insect Expo features live insects people can handle, a pollinator table, hissing roach races, and more.

WSU student finds internship opportunity through AFA

WSU student Della Paloy's experience at the Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference lead directly to an internship, and she wants to others to have…

WSU students win national landscape competition

Three senior Landscape Nursery and Greenhouse Management students won first place in the Fall 2021 LandCare Case Competition.

Grant supports affordable testing to fight Little Cherry Disease

WSU will help Washington cherry growers test more trees for Little Cherry Disease thanks to a WSDA grant received by the Washington State Tree Fruit…

Program leading dialogues on race and racism wins national Extension award

A voluntary training program aimed at preparing interested individuals to lead dialogues about race and racial issues has won the National Diversity in Extension Award.
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