On Thursday the Wenatchee World reported on how receipt of a national award and accompanying $10,000 grant saved the Chelan County 4-H Eco-stewardship program.
Sunday’s Puyallup Herald reported on the latest action by the Bonney Lake City Council regarding the WSU experimental forest.
Sunday’s Kitsap Sun reported on how a grant from the WSU Energy Extension Program is enabling three cities and the Port of Bremerton to collaborate in reducing energy consumption and costs.
Thursday’s Everett Herald included a feature story on WSU Snohomish County Extension’s Clothing and Textile Advisors program.
The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette (Indiana) published a gardening column Sunday in which Linda Chalker-Scott is quoted on composting with coffee grounds.
The Yakima Herald-Republic recently reported on the release of Marcus Keller‘s new book on grapevine physiology. The Grower’s Guide also published a story about the book’s release.
Monday’s Tri-City Herald included a brief article about a series of wine seminars being held at WSU Tri-cities.
In this week’s Capital Press:
“Stripe rust alert sounded”
“Public-private partnerships aid ag researchers” (Editorial)
“Critics say state budget fixes target agriculture”
“Pruners prepare orchards for prosperity”
“Growers: Pruning heavy, ahead of schedule”
“New WSU AgWeatherNet Products and Monitoring Locations to Aid Agricultural Industry”
“WSU Energy Library tracks state energy legislation with online tool”
“Celebrate Washington Wine Benefit for WSU Raises More Than $240,000”
“Childhood Obesity, Youth Health Targeted at WSU Conference in Spokane”
“Learn How to Make Your Land a Lasting Legacy”