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Beach Watchers training available to protect Puget Sound

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WSU Extension hosts training program for beach lovers who want to help protect Puget Sound’s waters, wildlife and landscape in Snohomish County.

Nitrogen-fixing genes could help grow more food using fewer resources

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Scientists have transferred a collection of genes into plant-colonizing bacteria that let them draw nitrogen from the air and turn it into ammonia, a natural…

Microscopic partners could help plants survive stressful environments

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Tiny, symbiotic fungi play an outsized role in helping plants survive stress

Feb. 1: Winter School helps NE Wash landowners keep forests healthy, safe

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Learn to keep woodlands productive, wildlife-friendly, and safe at the Forest Owners Winter School.

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.

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

 

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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

Apparel merchandising students use social media to connect local businesses with customers, community

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Students in Washington State University’s apparel merchandising program are putting their studies to work this spring to connect local businesses with social media-savvy consumers. Jihyeong…
Microscopic partners could help plants survive stressful environments

Microscopic partners could help plants survive stressful environments

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Tiny, symbiotic fungi play an outsized role in helping plants survive stress
Feb. 1: Winter School helps NE Wash landowners keep forests healthy, safe

Feb. 1: Winter School helps NE Wash landowners keep forests healthy, safe

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Learn to keep woodlands productive, wildlife-friendly, and safe at the Forest Owners Winter School.
Nitrogen-fixing genes could help grow more food using fewer resources

Nitrogen-fixing genes could help grow more food using fewer resources

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Scientists have transferred a collection of genes into plant-colonizing bacteria that let them draw nitrogen from the air and turn it into ammonia, a natural…
Disabling viruses with CRISPR scissors

Disabling viruses with CRISPR scissors

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In scientific first, WSU team delivers a one-two punch to knock out crop-destroying viruses.
2020 Women in Ag Conference cultivates healthy farms, careers

2020 Women in Ag Conference cultivates healthy farms, careers

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Learn how to run resilient farms and businesses while preserving your health at 2020 conference.
Response to fire impacts water levels 40 years into future

Response to fire impacts water levels 40 years into future

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New research shows salvage logging and re-seeding after a wildfire helps reduce flooding and returns water levels to normal faster.

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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.