Fox Business Network host John Stossel interviewed Jude Capper for a story on the “food myth” that grass-fed beef is healthier and better for the environment. His article was syndicated to newspapers nationwide.
On Friday CattleNetwork.com posted a story about a film documentary for consumers made by WSU senior Michael DeTerra exploring advances in cattle handling and beef production.
Rich Zack and the state entomology collection housed at WSU were subjects of a photo feature in Saturday’s Seattle Times.
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reported Thursday on the comments of Jonathan Yoder at a presentation in Colfax on the economic benefits of the proposed Palouse Wind project near Oakesdale.
Friday’s Puget Sound Business Journal included a story on the WSU economic survey finding increasing optimism among Seattle business executives.
Saturday’s Vancouver Columbian also reported on the economic survey of Seattle executives in its weekly “Cheers and Jeers” column.
Tuesday’s Vancouver Columbian included a brief story about the custom designed WSU Pendleton blankets created by animal sciences students.
The latest edition of Washington Tasting Room Magazine includes a feature article on Cougar Gold cheese.
In this week’s Capital Press:
“Cherry project marks first year”
“Small farmer breaks ground for small grain”
“Erosion control project to share latest results”
“Economist will stress exports in speech”
Aired last week by the N.W. Ag Information Network:
“Stripe rust shows up in some winter wheat”
“Herbicide Metabolism To Be Featured in Nov. 18 WSU Extension Webinar”
“Columbia Plateau PM10 Project Conference Dec. 1”
“WSU Animal Sciences Student-designed Pendleton Blanket Funds Future of Entrepreneur Class”
“WSU Interior Design Educator Named One of Nation’s Best”
“WSU Survey: Seattle Business Executives Say Sales, Employment Up”
“Good Agricultural Practices Workshops to Promote On-farm Food Safety”