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‘It’s all about the kids’: Coach, educator Gordon Davis inspires excellence for 5 decades

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In the classroom, the boardroom, and in the frigid walk-in coolers where he coached his beloved intercollegiate meats judging teams, Washington State University alumnus Gordon…

Fighting viruses leads to international Humboldt Award for WSU virologist

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Hanu Pappu has dedicated his life to lessening the negative impacts of plant viruses. His contributions in plant pathology have resulted in a prestigious Humboldt…

Monarchs ride west coast winds: Proof of butterfly migration from WSU & citizen scientists

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Tagging and releasing nearly 15,000 Monarch butterflies provides proof of their migration from PNW to California.

Student’s intellect, drive result in scholarships and grants

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Ph.D. viticulture student earned a national scholarship for his interdisciplinary research that aims to save water for the grape-growing industry.

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‘It’s all about the kids’: Coach, educator Gordon Davis inspires excellence for 5 decades

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In the classroom, the boardroom, and in the frigid walk-in coolers where he coached his beloved intercollegiate meats judging teams, Washington State University alumnus Gordon…
Student’s intellect, drive result in scholarships and grants

Student’s intellect, drive result in scholarships and grants

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Ph.D. viticulture student earned a national scholarship for his interdisciplinary research that aims to save water for the grape-growing industry.
June 26: Crop improvements for eastern Washington, new building dedication at WSU’s Wilke Farm Field Day

June 26: Crop improvements for eastern Washington, new building dedication at WSU’s Wilke Farm Field Day

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Experts from Washington State University and the University of Idaho will share the latest advances in crop production and disease protection for eastern Washington at…
Fighting viruses leads to international Humboldt Award for WSU virologist

Fighting viruses leads to international Humboldt Award for WSU virologist

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Hanu Pappu has dedicated his life to lessening the negative impacts of plant viruses. His contributions in plant pathology have resulted in a prestigious Humboldt…
June 23: Field Day helps NE Washington landowners protect forest, range lands

June 23: Field Day helps NE Washington landowners protect forest, range lands

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Spokane, Wash. – Owners of private and family forests and range in northeastern Washington can learn to manage and protect their lands at an upcoming…
Learn about Kitsap watershed with Stream Stewards course

Learn about Kitsap watershed with Stream Stewards course

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Learn about forests and streams on the Kitsap Peninsula by taking the six-week Stream Stewards course, July 19-Aug 23.
Falling number risk period approaching

Falling number risk period approaching

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Temperature fluctuations in late-June to mid-July can affect wheat prices. Learn more about the importance of falling numbers in this WSU Extension publication.

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