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Study explores strategies for effective, high-fidelity nutrition education

Study looks at science-based strategies to help nutrition education efforts stay true to desired content.

New from Extension: Preserving the harvest for healthier, low-sodium, sugar diets

Latest free guides helps home canners preserve a healthier harvest.

Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye shares quinoa’s hunger-fighting potential in TED Talk

WSU researcher's efforts to introduce nutritious crop featured on TED@Work

International Online Quinoa Research Symposium shares new research, indigenous knowledge, community

Virtual event shines light on quinoa's contribution to food security, nutrition, sustainable production.

WSU Colville Reservation Extension team honored with national teamwork award

Honored as part of a team award for a WSU Extension food garden and food sovereignty program on the Colville Reservation, Kayla Wells accepts awards from…

Potatoes, Dryland Organic, Holiday Schedule

Packing More Nutritional Punch into the Already Powerful Potato The humble spud, already a nutritional powerhouse, is set to get a major health-benefiting boost due…

Cherries, Families and Anaerobic Digestion

It’s a Fact Washington is the nation’s leading producer of sweet cherries. The crop returned about $169 million to the state’s 2,400 growers in 2003.…

Organic Ag, Roundworms and Tree Fruit DNA

It’s a Fact Organic food is one of the fastest growing segments of agriculture. According to the USDA, retail sales have escalated at the rate…