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Jenica Hagler

Jenica Hagler

Aggie of the Year ready to support farming

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Sustainable farming pioneer wins Bullitt Prize

Brennan Hyden

From CAHNRS Coug to Cornell graduate student

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June 14: Crop advances for Washington’s drylands focus of Lind Field Day

June 14: Crop advances for Washington’s drylands focus of Lind Field Day

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Farmers can learn about the newest crop varieties and practices for Washington’s drylands, and meet the new dean of Washington State University’s College of Agricultural,…
Hyde family’s $1.4 million gift helps student scientists  share discoveries at Washington State University

Hyde family’s $1.4 million gift helps student scientists share discoveries at Washington State University

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Washington State University President Kirk Schulz announced today that the estate of James and Marilyn Oliver Hyde has gifted $1.4 million to support students in…
New leadership roles for WSU grape virologist

New leadership roles for WSU grape virologist

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Naidu Rayapati, world-renowned plant pathologist, has been named director of the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center and CAHNRS assistant dean for Tri-Cities.
Interim leader Scot Hulbert to champion CAHNRS research efforts for safe, sustainable future

Interim leader Scot Hulbert to champion CAHNRS research efforts for safe, sustainable future

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Plant pathologist Scot Hulbert will oversee research advances toward a safe, sustainable future at Washington State University’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.…
WSU-bred barleys delivering unique Northwest beer flavors

WSU-bred barleys delivering unique Northwest beer flavors

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Crunchy kernels of barley tumble from Joel Williamson’s hands as he scoops them up, offering a taste. “This is a first: The inaugural batch of…
Letter from Butch has little Coug buzzing

Letter from Butch has little Coug buzzing

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Abby Lindell wrote a book about bees for her second-grade class, and she got a personalized letter from Butch when he heard about it.