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Latest WSU Extension guides help quinoa, grape, wheat growers, pollinators; living snow fence

Every month, WSU Extension experts share guides to help improve agriculture across the Pacific Northwest.

Latest from Extension: Guides on giant hornet, cheatgrass controls, cover crops, fruit canning

New and revised guides from WSU Extension help beekeepers, farmers, forest owners, and home canners.

Margaret Viebrock’s 50 years with WSU Extension parallels evolving roles of women in agriculture

After 50 years with Washington State University, award-winning Family & Consumer Scientist Margaret Viebrock remains fueled by a passion to help families. “The legacy of…

New from Extension: launching an online food market; managing weeds in wheat

New WSU publications help farmers fight weeds, and creators set up online food markets.

Pierce County 4-H to hold Virtual Fun Fair during the month of May

Youths in Pierce County 4-H will display creative projects they made at home during COVID-19 social distancing at a Virtual Fun Fair, May 1 through…

Washington high school student runner up for national 4-H award

Seattle high school student Mayyadah Zagelow is a national runner up for the 2020 4-H Youth in Action Pillar Award for Civic Engagement.

Llewellyn to share Extension advances as journal editor

Don Llewellyn Curating and sharing information that helps Extension agents across the nation improve their communities, Don Llewellyn, associate professor with the WSU Department of…

New from Extension: Better cider orchards, flood solutions, meat quality

WSU Extension scientists work with Washington farmers, industries, and communities, building new knowledge for a stronger economy, better practices and healthier lives. Extension faculty are…

Remembering Curt Moulton: Quiet leader helped slide-shattered communities recover

Four years ago this month, the late Curt Moulton began helping western Washington communities recover from the deadly Oso mudslide. Residents of the Stillaguamish Valley…

Market sale set, donations taken after fires halt county fair

When wildfires cancel 72nd annual Ferry County Fair, 4-H clubs, Extension try new approach
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