Wednesday’s Tacoma News Tribune reported on the advancement of plans for the utilization of the WSU experimental forest in Bonney Lake.
A story in Saturday’s Tri-City Herald about the Real Ag 2010 Convention and Trade Show acknowledged WSU’s role as a partner in bringing in expertise.
Thursday’s Central Kitsap Reporter included a story on the “Cultivating Success” program being offered by Kitsap Co. Extension.
Sunday’s Omak Chronicle included a brief story about WSU Extension’s forest stewardship short course that will get underway Jan. 26.
A news release issued Monday by Puget Sound Energy regarding the increase in customers connecting solar systems to the utility grid expressed pride in PSE being named 2009 “best large utility” by the WSU N.W. Solar Energy Center.
In this week’s Capital Press:
“WSU researcher explores pear breeding options”
“Dryer preserves nutrition”
Briefs: “Course benefits small farmers” (2nd item)/
“WSU researchers top ranking” (4th item)
Aired last week by the N.W. Ag Information Network:
“A conversation with WSU’s new spring wheat breeder”
“Winter wheat breeder wants to know why growers plan the varieties they do”
“Interest is high in developing new deep-furrow drill prototype”
“Hort census; Pasco Ag Show”
“Who is making money in the beef industry, if anyone?” (see second item)
“Help Save the Bees! Become a Beekeeper”