On Saturday the Seattle Times reported that proposed elimination of state subsidies because of budget woes could close county fairs across the state.
Thursday’s Bellingham Herald reported that the focus of this year’s annual Whatcom Farm Friends meeting will be on the community’s relationship with WSU.
The Everett Herald on Monday reported on workshops planned to help residents preserve Port Susan, mentioning that WSU Beach Watchers are actively engaged in the effort.
On Thursday the publication Dairy Herd Management announced the speakers for the upcoming Midwest Manure Summit, including WSU’s Joe Harrison.
In this week’s Capital Press:
“Research could get biomass flying”
“Bill would ease permitting process for digesters”
Aired last week by the N.W. Ag Information Network:
“Working with CYMMT on stripe rust”
“Economist picked for WSU Endowe Chair in Small Grains Economics”
“USDA and White House Strengthen Commitment to Military Families: WSU Extension 4-H Plays Key Role in Reaching Out to Military Youth Nationwide”
“Northwest Farm Credit Supports WSU Tree Fruit, Wine Research with $500,000”
“Media Advisory: Valentine’s Day News Tips from CAHNRS”
“Learning Good Vineyard Care and Maintenance”