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New Extension director brings broad leadership background to new position

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Economics professor and AMDT chair Vicki McCracken has been named CAHNRS Associate Dean and Director of Extension.

Putting his heart into it: First-gen college student, Noel Perez (’20), named Wine Spectator Student of the Year

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Gratitude and humility: Those traits don’t often define a 4.0 GPA student who has created his own blockbuster wine, and who holds the honorific of…

CAHNRS, College of Medicine secure $1.1 million grant to combat rural opioid abuse

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WSU team receives $1.1 million grant focused on providing training and technical assistance to rural Washington communities combating the opioid epidemic.

Learn beekeeping this fall; Harvest more next summer

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Beginner beekeeping course helps Washington residents raise important pollinators

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In 2016, CAHNRS secured research funding exceeding $83 million, which accounts for more than 40% of all WSU research funding.

 

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CAHNRS News

Learn beekeeping this fall; Harvest more next summer

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Beginner beekeeping course helps Washington residents raise important pollinators
Nov. 12: Succession planning workshop helps southeast Washington landowners pass on their farms, forests

Nov. 12: Succession planning workshop helps southeast Washington landowners pass on their farms, forests

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Extension experts can help forest-owning families pass on their land to the next generation. Family forest and farm owners in southeastern Washington can learn how…
Bigleaf maple syrup workshop teaches woodland owners to create local treat

Bigleaf maple syrup workshop teaches woodland owners to create local treat

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The Pacific Northwest’s native bigleaf maple trees harbor one of the region’s best-kept secrets.
Dean Wright invited to Wine Spectator gala in NYC

Dean Wright invited to Wine Spectator gala in NYC

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Building our partnership with Wine Spectator, Dean André-Denis Wright attended the publication’s exclusive New York Wine Experience gala.
Book wins award for talking about spaces between ‘Us,’ ‘Them’

Book wins award for talking about spaces between ‘Us,’ ‘Them’

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HD professor Marcelo Diversi will receive the 2019 Ethnography Division Best Book Award from the National Communication Association.
Nov. 14: Free forest health seminar for forest owners in Stevenson

Nov. 14: Free forest health seminar for forest owners in Stevenson

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WSU Extension Forestry offers a free seminar in Stevenson on the impacts recent droughts have had on trees and what that means for privately owned…
CAHNRS professors honored for research

CAHNRS professors honored for research

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Two CAHNRS faculty members, a CAHNRS-led interdisciplinary team of scientists, and a staff member received Office of Research awards as part of WSU’s Research Week…

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