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WSU students develop professional skills at landscaping and horticulture show

Spanning three days and showcasing industry leaders, experts, and vendors, Portland, Ore.’s yearly Farwest Show is the biggest landscaping and horticulture industry event in the West. The expo creates a space for plant enthusiasts to exchange ideas, show off new products, and sell upcoming varieties. 

Three people stand at the bottom of a staircase in a garden.

Graduate students accepted into prestigious fellowship

Four WSU graduate students recently earned acceptance into the prestigious Rockey FFAR Fellows Program.

A man in rubber gloves touches leaves on a plant in a greenhouse.

Ag student details her career goals as a woman in agriculture

Recent graduate Daisy Arias is fascinated with the potential for growth in the agriculture industry and is passionate about contributing to the field by changing the narrative for women in ag.

Arias holds a shovel as machinery digs out a hole in the soil.

WSU student finds internship opportunity through AFA

WSU student Della Paloy’s experience at the Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference lead directly to an internship, and she wants to others to have similar experiences.

Della Paloy stands in front of a glass pyramid on the WSU Pullman campus.