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Exploring the science behind your threads

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Textiles are everywhere: In the clothing we wear, on our furniture, in our cars. They give us shelter from the elements, protect our crops, prevent…

Sagebrush hospitality: a home for good bugs can save vineyards

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New research from WSU scientists shows the humble sagebrush could help vineyards fight pests while reducing the use of pesticides.

New CAHNRS Dean gets another taste of Washington

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On July 12 and 13, dean André Wright visited field days, tours, and meetings with WSU researchers and stakeholders from all around western Washington.

Is the Key to Saving Pollinators … Honey Bee Semen?

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Brandon Hopkins and the WSU bee program are featured in this story on saving pollinators from Smithsonian Magazine.

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Science

With 22 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate programs, the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences is one of the largest and most innovative colleges at WSU.

Leaders in Discovery

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

 

Support for Students

CAHNRS awards roughly $700,000 in scholarships annually. And to enhance experiences and opportunities, students can participate in 40 different clubs and organizations.

 

Real-World Impacts

CAHNRS Cougs extend science to serve individuals, families, and communities at home and around the world. Our impacts enhance quality of life, improve ecological and economic systems, and advance agricultural science.

 

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CAHNRS News

Aug. 2: Eggert farm tour views latest in organic ag research

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Get the latest updates and a tour of WSU’s organic farm at this free event open to the public.
Is the Key to Saving Pollinators … Honey Bee Semen?

Is the Key to Saving Pollinators … Honey Bee Semen?

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Brandon Hopkins and the WSU bee program are featured in this story on saving pollinators from Smithsonian Magazine.
New CAHNRS Dean gets another taste of Washington

New CAHNRS Dean gets another taste of Washington

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On July 12 and 13, dean André Wright visited field days, tours, and meetings with WSU researchers and stakeholders from all around western Washington.
Exploring the science behind your threads

Exploring the science behind your threads

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Textiles are everywhere: In the clothing we wear, on our furniture, in our cars. They give us shelter from the elements, protect our crops, prevent…
WSU researchers test nanocrystals to prevent frost damage in tree fruits

WSU researchers test nanocrystals to prevent frost damage in tree fruits

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By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Groundbreaking nanotechnology designed to protect cherries, apples and other popular fruits from frost damage is showing positive…
Growing career skills, students connect Amazon, Nordstrom with new customers

Growing career skills, students connect Amazon, Nordstrom with new customers

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  From Boomers to members of post-millennial Generation Z, technology is changing the way people shop for clothes. This year, students in Washington State University’s…
July 12: Families, farmers can see WSU research in action at Mount Vernon Field Day

July 12: Families, farmers can see WSU research in action at Mount Vernon Field Day

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Washington State University researchers and students will welcome farmers, families, and anyone curious about what happens in the fields and labs of the WSU Northwestern…

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The WSU Bees are getting ready to get back to work for the spring. Here’s how they survive the cold winters.