A feature in last Sunday’s Vancouver Columbian on the fashion impacts of the “Sex and the City” TV program and new movie quoted WSU Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textile’s Carol Salusso.
Today’s Everett Herald includes an article on sewing classes taught by the Snohomish County Extension Clothing and Textile Advisors.
The Extension Energy Program’s Mike Lubliner is quoted in a Sunday Vancouver Columbian article on plans to build a zero energy single family home in Clark County. Lubliner is consulting on the project.
The Northwest Ag Information Network interviewed Andy McGuire about his recent grant for further research on and demonstration of high residue farming systems.
The announcement of a WSU Small Farms Program/Tilth Producers farm walk at Zakarison Partnership livestock farm near Pullman spurred radio interviews with Erik Zakarison about the event on KMAX-AM, Colfax, and on the Northwest Ag Information Network.
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Kittitas County Extension’s Tip Hudson is quoted in a Saturday Ellensburg Daily Record article about helping new rural landowners manage their land.
Wednesday’s Puyallup Herald reported on how a group of Master Gardener interns is helping the city of Sumner establish its community garden.
An article in Wednesday’s Tri-City Herald on keeping refrigerators clean and working properly cites a Walla Walla County Extension newsletter as the source for its tips.
In this week’s Capital Press: An article about Steve Jones speaking at OSU’s Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center on small-scale wheat production, a story on efforts by Diter Von Wettstein and others to develop gluten-free wheat, and Extension tree fruit specialist Karen Lewis is quoted in a story on the potential of mechanical thinners for orchards.
News releases: “New Stone Fruit Breeder at WSU Prosser Center,” and “Media Advisory: WSU Viticulture and Enology Experts, Ag Dean, Available for Interviews,”