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New guides from Extension: Food, water, energy; apples and pumpkins

Free guides help farmers, food importers, and metro agricultural stakeholders.

Townsend, 4-institution team earns top score at Extension summit

Patricia Townsend, a WSU Extension specialist in renewable energy and green infrastructure, was honored this spring as part of a team of extension agents creating opportunities…

Winter Stream Stewards course helps Kitsap residents protect their waters

Residents of Kitsap County can learn how to protect and preserve their streams and waterways at an upcoming Stream Stewards training course from Washington State…

Drought, Tree Fruit, Gift

Modeling Drought Resistance to Improve Biofuel Production From the number of tomatoes in a backyard garden to the yield of wheat on commerical cropland, the…

Water, Water, Not Quite Everywhere

When I was a kid I was “born again,” a process that involved being fully and totally immersed in water. Much more recently I was…

What Happens to Water When We’re Done with It

Out of sight, out of mind. (At my age, alas, I no longer live within the confines of that dictum. I can forget, misplace, and…

Water, South America, Clore Center

Smart Vine: Grapevines Adapt to Changing Water Supply Years of intense research in the arid wine-grape growing region of eastern Washington has taught growers how…

Recharging the Battery Made of Water

It’s that time of year once again. As a geologist, I’m not thinking of the holiday season when I note this time on the calendar.…

The Mendoza Connection, Cold Hardiness Reloaded, Raise a Glass, The Hammer Drops

Argentinean Grad Student Puts Irrigation Research to the Test When Daniela Romero heard WSU’s Markus Keller talking about irrigation during grape ripening, her curiosity was…

Economic Impact, Water Clore Center, Best Viticulture Paper

Wine Industry Has Premium Impact Washington’s wine industry has a national economic impact of $4.7 billion per year, according to a study released this month…
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