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Photo Gallery: Week of Welcome brings new faces into CAHNRS family

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  Welcoming new students to the start of a new academic year, Dean André Wright and faculty in Washington State University’s College of Agricultural, Human,…

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New Coug entomologist partners with growers to beat pests sustainably

New Coug entomologist partners with growers to beat pests sustainably

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As Washington State University’s newest entomologist, Tobin Northfield is finding new, sustainable strategies to defeat devastating pests threatening important crops like apples, pears and cherries.…
WSU scientist joins forces with CDC to fight vector borne diseases

WSU scientist joins forces with CDC to fight vector borne diseases

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John Stark, Washington Stormwater Center director, is on a CDC work group looking at the potential impact of vector-borne diseases & how to prevent them.
Cancer-fighting drugs also help plants fight disease

Cancer-fighting drugs also help plants fight disease

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WSU scientists found cancer-fighting drugs can help plants fight disease as well, which could help develop new pathways for plants to battle infection.
Dean’s Visits Highlight College’s Role in Washington Tree Fruit, Medicine

Dean’s Visits Highlight College’s Role in Washington Tree Fruit, Medicine

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CAHNRS Dean André Wright and Stemilt President West Mathison sample apples at Stemilt Grower’s warehouse and distribution center in Wenatchee. From touring fruit orchards in…
Student deploys tiny, feisty Samurai wasps to fight stink bug invader

Student deploys tiny, feisty Samurai wasps to fight stink bug invader

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  His Toyota Prius loaded with tiny wasps, Josh Milnes is about to make life very difficult for an invasive stink bug threatening Washington fruit…
WSU’s new tool for precise pollination could transform decisions for apple growers

WSU’s new tool for precise pollination could transform decisions for apple growers

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To grow apples, we need bees. Apple growers depend on the humble honey bee to pollinate their crops, but there’s a delicate balance between hives,…
Westside Field Day helps landowners experience benefits of their forests

Westside Field Day helps landowners experience benefits of their forests

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  Woodland, Wash. – Family forest owners and managers in western Washington are invited to learn how to plan, manage and protect their forests at…
Helping Washington communities feed hungry families, Extension wins national award

Helping Washington communities feed hungry families, Extension wins national award

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Hunger is increasing in Washington. Statewide, the latest statistics show that the number of hungry families is growing, with more than 15 percent of households…

 

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