On Thursday, the Idaho Business Review reported on a regional long-term research proposal on dryland agriculture involving WSU, OSU and U of I.
The Web site of the nonprofit organization, Truth about Trade & Technology, is the latest to write about Jude Capper’s paper on the environmental impacts of modern livestock production.
Several publications, including the Puget Sound Business Journal and the South Sound Business Examiner, ran our story on the economic analysis based on a survey of the Seattle Executives Association.
On Monday, the Peninsula Daily News (Pt. Angeles) reported on WSU’s Northwest Solar Center naming Port Townsend as “Solar City of the Year” at the annual N.W. Solar Summit, with comments from Mike Nelson.
Wednesday’s Whidbey Examiner reported that WSU Extension programs are being considered for cuts as Island County commissioners finalize their budget,
A story appearing Monday on AgWeb.com’s Farmland Forecast blog about topsoil depletion includes comments by John Reganold.
In this week’s Capital Press
- “Agronomist helps build profitability”
- “Study: Productivity benefits climate”
- “Wheat growers to emphasize hope at conference”
- “Safety: fundamental concern”
- “Wash. awarded specialty crop grants”
Aired last week by the N.W. Ag Information Network
- “Seattle Business Execs More Optimistic about Economy than a Year Ago, WSU Survey Results Say”
- “Washington State Military Kids and Families Summit”
- “Wilcox Brothers to Share Lessons Learned in Century of Farming at WSU Nov. 20”