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New from Extension: Field grafting grapes, rules for micro food companies, community risk prevention, and resilience after wildfire

Extension scientists share new information that helps grape growers, cattle producers, health professionals and families, and small food companies.

CAHNRS Talk Tuesday: Elizabeth Warren

Each week, we showcase one of our CAHNRS Ambassadors, a student leadership organization that encourages students to pursue higher education and serves as a liaison between the college…

CAHNRS Aggie of the Year seeks to make an impact in the world of agriculture

CAHNRS Aggie of the Year will take a wealth of experiences from WSU into his agriculture career.

WSU shares expertise, wine, cheese during FABREO’s first expo in Tri-Cities

Several Washington State University faculty members were featured as guest speakers during the Tri-Cities' first Food and Beverage Retention and Expansion Opportunities (FABREO) expo. Following…

Help optimize ag productivity, prevent heat-related illness and injury

AgWeatherNet and the University of Washington are partnering to develop a new heat awareness and alert system to help agricultural workplaces prepare for heat waves…

Award-winning WSU research maps suitability of Washington vineyard locations

Selecting a vineyard site is one of the most important decisions for owners — it can make or break them economically. Washington State University doctoral…

Student’s passion a career in agriculture

Graduate student Parker Byington, who plans to eventually start a dairy farm, was on a panel of fellow students who talked with Tom Vilsack, the…

Trip to D.C. inspires CAHNRS student

Rodrigo Bonilla didn’t grow up with a positive outlook on agriculture. Now his dream is to help farmers around the world.

Voice of the Vine: clean vines, sparkling wine, Wine Science Center, wine webinar, cookbook contest (Feb. 2015)

Partnerships key to healthy Northwest vines | How many bubbles are needed in bubbly? | Wine Science Center nearly complete | Winery owner offers online…

Mercury Contamination from the Good Old Days

When I was a younger and more sprightly woman, I spent part of my life investigating unusual hot springs in rural California. They were salty…
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