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WSU, Puyallup teaming up for Appreciation Week

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WSU’s Puyallup Research and Extension Center is being celebrated by the City of Puyallup as part of the city’s Higher Education Appreciation Week.

Searching for the characteristics of award-winning wine

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A new paper from WSU wine scientists finds award winning wines tend to be more complex, with the highest awarded wines having high ethanol and…

Soil science alumnus Isaac Madsen chosen to lead WSU oilseed research

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Alumnus and soil scientist Isaac Madsen is WSU’s new extension agronomist for the Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems program.

Forest-owning families can plan for the future at Ties to the Land workshop

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WSU Extension experts can help families pass on their forest-land legacies.

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AgWeatherNet expands presence in Northwest Washington

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AgWeatherNet has placed a meteorologist at the WSU Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research & Extension Center for the first time.
Searching for the characteristics of award-winning wine

Searching for the characteristics of award-winning wine

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A new paper from WSU wine scientists finds award winning wines tend to be more complex, with the highest awarded wines having high ethanol and…
Stewardship course for small forest landowners

Stewardship course for small forest landowners

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WSU Extension Forestry offers classes to help landowners through the process of writing a simple forest management plan.
Soil science alumnus Isaac Madsen chosen to lead WSU oilseed research

Soil science alumnus Isaac Madsen chosen to lead WSU oilseed research

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Alumnus and soil scientist Isaac Madsen is WSU’s new extension agronomist for the Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems program.
Sept. 19: Eggert farm tour views latest in organic vegetable production

Sept. 19: Eggert farm tour views latest in organic vegetable production

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Learn about organic farming, the history of the WSU organic farm, and take a walking tour of the 10-acre farm.
Turning up the heat on ‘Brett’

Turning up the heat on ‘Brett’

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If you’ve ever had a red wine that smelled “off,” like gym socks, Band-Aids, or farmyards, then you’ve likely encountered a wine affected by Brettanomyces…
Forest-owning families can plan for the future at Ties to the Land workshop

Forest-owning families can plan for the future at Ties to the Land workshop

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WSU Extension experts can help families pass on their forest-land legacies.

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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.