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Satellites show promise as tool for monitoring crop development

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Images from space could be the next leap ahead for farmers seeking to monitor their crops over large or scattered plots.

Extension Foresters expand stewardship education to save Washington forests

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Washington’s family-owned forests provide scenic beauty, clean water, wildlife habitat, and natural resources that support schools, hospitals, roads, and libraries across the state. But Washington’s…

Research shows boredom is on the rise for adolescents, especially girls

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New research finds boredom is rising year after year for U.S. teens.

Lifetime award honors industry impact of WSU’s ‘Dr. Christmas Tree’

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WSU’s Gary Chastagner has a passion for Christmas trees and science. That passion has led to a rewarding career and lifetime achievement award from the…

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CAHNRS News

Satellites show promise as tool for monitoring crop development

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Images from space could be the next leap ahead for farmers seeking to monitor their crops over large or scattered plots.
Jan 17-18: Cascadia Grains Conference helps revitalize local grain economy

Jan 17-18: Cascadia Grains Conference helps revitalize local grain economy

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Two-day event helps grow a regional grain economy west of the Cascades.
Research shows boredom is on the rise for adolescents, especially girls

Research shows boredom is on the rise for adolescents, especially girls

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New research finds boredom is rising year after year for U.S. teens.
Extension Foresters expand stewardship education to save Washington forests

Extension Foresters expand stewardship education to save Washington forests

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Washington’s family-owned forests provide scenic beauty, clean water, wildlife habitat, and natural resources that support schools, hospitals, roads, and libraries across the state. But Washington’s…
New Extension director brings broad leadership background to new position

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.
Learn beekeeping this fall; Harvest more next summer

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…

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