Wednesday’s Everett Herald reported on the cider-making workshop conducted by Gary Moulton for Snohomish County Extension. The Herald story was also published by the Seattle Times and Vancouver Columbian. It was also posted at Fosters.com, the website of a newspaper chain in New Hampshire and Maine.
Seattle’s KIRO-TV interviewed the Extension Energy Program’s Gary Nordeen for a Tuesday consumer story on the cost of energy lost through leaky heat ducts.
On Tuesday the Wenatchee World reported on how the international credit crisis might affect the sale of this year’s record apple crop and other export commodities. The story is also in today’s Yakima Herald-Republic.
On Friday the national Society for Research in Child Development issued a news release about multidisciplinary research headed by the Department of Human Development’s Jared Lisonbee on factors affecting stress levels in children when with out-of-home caregivers.
The weekly community newspaper Nashville Scene included in its latest edition a brief article promoting Cougar Cheese “in a can” as an excellent holiday gift.
An article by Linda Chalker-Scott on proper staking of newly planted trees appeared in Saturday’s Fort Worth Star Telegram.
The Yakima Herald-Republic included a guest article by Sheila Ryan and the health benefits of eating apples.
This week’s Farm and Dairy, a publication serving the Ohio/Pennsylvania/West Virginia region, reported on the expansion of courses in the organic certificate program.
This week in the Capital Press
- “WSU Extension perfect partner for weathering economic storm” – Guest comment by Linda Kirk Fox
- “Breakfast meetings spread ideas: Farmers talk about their direct seeding experiences”
- ‘WSU adds to its organic ag degree: Three new classes broaden unique agricultural program”
- “Some apples are for drinking”
- “Sustainable Ag Conference Feb 10-12”
- “Pest Management Fruit School Slated for Dec. 11 and 12”
- “’Generation Green’ Conference Scheduled This Week in Wenatchee”