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Land calls, new generation answers: Clallam Extension earns Farmer of Year Award
Small farms are returning to Clallam County, helped by training and support from WSU Extension. To honor that effort, North Olympic Land Trust has presented…
Spice up your game with Cougar Seasonings!
The WSU Department of Animal Sciences has officially released WSU Seasonings & Rubs, designed with Cougar Quality Meats in mind.
Cider on your city block
At MOHAI cider pressing, Bri Ewing shares the science behind WSU’s new varieties of apples.
Provost’s Featured Faculty member recognition
Chad Kruger was recognized at the WSU-Montana State football game as the Provost’s Featured Faculty Member, along with Murrow College professor Jessica Willoughby.
Going Digital to Create Clothes for ‘Real People’
“All consumers want clothing with style and fit,” said Hwang, who joins WSU as an assistant professor this fall. “It’s important that future professionals learn…
Puget Sound revitalization pursued by citizens, WSU Extension
It is estimated that 75 percent of contamination in the Puget Sound is unwittingly produced by citizens — via commercial wastewater, sewage treatment plants, stormwater…
Colombian exchange: WSU scientist teams with Latin American researchers to solve crop challenges
In the fields and orchards of Colombia, farmers, scientists, students and teachers are working together to save important crops like bananas, cocoa, oil palm and…
CAHNRS Transfer Student Reception
Transfer students are invited to the CAHNRS Transfer Student Reception, 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, at Ensminger Pavilion. This exclusive event helps foster a welcoming and helpful environment for any student who traveled a non-traditional path to WSU.