Student Highlight: Brenda Madrid

By Sarah Appel, CAHNRS Academic Programs EVERETT, Wash. – Having traded in the hills of the Palouse and the large Washington State University Pullman campus for the incredible cultural amenities of the Puget Sound and small urban campus of WSU Everett, Brenda Madrid is chasing her dreams. One dream: pursuing a major in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture […]

Brenda Madrid holds a bouquet of sunflowers in a garden.

Good Agricultural Practices Workshops to Promote On-farm Food Safety

PULLMAN, Wash. — Farms certified for exercising and documenting Good Agricultural Practices, or GAPs, not only improve on-farm food safety but also open potential new markets with buyers requiring GAPs certification. Washington State University is presenting a two-part educational series of GAPs workshops for growers in various locations around the state.