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Dean shares lessons with next generation of AgForestry leaders

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Few things affect the lives of Northwest residents more than our food, environment, and economy. To keep Northwest farms, forests, fisheries and communities strong, the…

Season of the spider: WSU scientists ease fears over arachnids of autumn

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  Abigail Hayes’ phone chimes as she tends to Arachne, her shy, pet tarantula. The friend on the other end has found a nasty-looking customer:…

Grant supports improving cider industry — ‘Apple to Glass’

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A grant from the USDA will allow researchers to work with orchardists and cider makers to develop the best apples and ciders.

National tour shares up-close look at Cosmic Crisp®, WSU hops

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Developing the next generation of hops and apples, including the much-anticipated Cosmic Crisp® apple, researchers at Washington State University shared the latest advances this month with…

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Dean shares lessons with next generation of AgForestry leaders

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Few things affect the lives of Northwest residents more than our food, environment, and economy. To keep Northwest farms, forests, fisheries and communities strong, the…
National tour shares up-close look at Cosmic Crisp®, WSU hops

National tour shares up-close look at Cosmic Crisp®, WSU hops

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Developing the next generation of hops and apples, including the much-anticipated Cosmic Crisp® apple, researchers at Washington State University shared the latest advances this month with…
Grant supports improving cider industry — ‘Apple to Glass’

Grant supports improving cider industry — ‘Apple to Glass’

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A grant from the USDA will allow researchers to work with orchardists and cider makers to develop the best apples and ciders.
With farm boxes, Extension connects rural families, farms and retailers for better health

With farm boxes, Extension connects rural families, farms and retailers for better health

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Full of leafy greens and hearty root vegetables, a food box program piloted by Washington State University Extension is helping Northwest Washington families eat more…
Save the date: WSU Wheat Academy shares science behind better grain production

Save the date: WSU Wheat Academy shares science behind better grain production

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Grain scientists at Washington State University will share some of the latest discoveries in wheat breeding, disease and pest management, and production innovations at the…
2018 WSU Women in Ag Conference to build financial fitness

2018 WSU Women in Ag Conference to build financial fitness

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Women across the Northwest can learn to be financially strong leaders in farming at the upcoming 2018 Women in Agriculture Conference, organized by Washington State…
Extension course teaches forest owners to preserve their land for generations

Extension course teaches forest owners to preserve their land for generations

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Woodland owners in Central Washington can learn how to protect and pass their forests on to the next generation, in a Forest Stewardship Coached Planning…

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