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Washington Red Raspberry Commission presents check for endowed chair

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WSU alumni & raspberry farmers Adam and Julie Enfield joined WSU dignitaries like CAHNRS Dean Wright to present a $1.5 million check for the endowed…

Dean, Animal Sciences faculty build student, research connections at convention

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  Fostering Washington State University’s ongoing partnerships with Northwest beef producers, the Dean of CAHNRS, André-Denis Wright, joined faculty, students and alumni from the Department…

Students gain career skills at Agriculture Future of America Leader’s Conference

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  More than 20 students from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences travelled to Kansas City, Mo., to attend the 2018 Agriculture…

New technology spins second life for ‘wasted’ textiles

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Thanks to new technology and support from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, scientists at Washington State University are helping keep millions of tons of cotton and…

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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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Dean, Animal Sciences faculty build student, research connections at convention

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  Fostering Washington State University’s ongoing partnerships with Northwest beef producers, the Dean of CAHNRS, André-Denis Wright, joined faculty, students and alumni from the Department…
Students gain career skills at Agriculture Future of America Leader’s Conference

Students gain career skills at Agriculture Future of America Leader’s Conference

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  More than 20 students from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences travelled to Kansas City, Mo., to attend the 2018 Agriculture…
Pruning tour offers hands-on lessons, shaping WA 38 trees for best growth

Pruning tour offers hands-on lessons, shaping WA 38 trees for best growth

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  Circled by more than 75 apple growers and orchard managers, Washington State University researcher Stefano Musacchi took a willowy first-year WA 38 tree in…
Washington Red Raspberry Commission presents check for endowed chair

Washington Red Raspberry Commission presents check for endowed chair

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WSU alumni & raspberry farmers Adam and Julie Enfield joined WSU dignitaries like CAHNRS Dean Wright to present a $1.5 million check for the endowed…
WSU compost facility earns organic registration from Washington Dept. of Agriculture

WSU compost facility earns organic registration from Washington Dept. of Agriculture

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To help local organic farms grow food more economically and sustainably, compost from Washington State University’s Compost Facility is now registered as organic by the…
Through art, Extension partnership helps rural kids, communities explore science, animal health

Through art, Extension partnership helps rural kids, communities explore science, animal health

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  Small, rural Washington communities often lack the resources to launch young people into careers in science and technology that can help solve local challenges…
Animal Sciences seminar shares how dog genome insights fight cancer, protect human health

Animal Sciences seminar shares how dog genome insights fight cancer, protect human health

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Distinguished geneticist Elaine Ostrander shares how insights into the genome of dogs can help fight cancer and unravel complexities in human disease, at an upcoming…

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