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Welcome to alumni, friends, and supporters of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). You are a core part of our CAHNRS Coug family and have made major impacts in our college, communities, and throughout the world.

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First gen WSU wine alumnus creates new Petit Verdot

First gen WSU wine alumnus creates new Petit Verdot

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. – At 31 years old, WSU Viticulture & Enology alumnus Noel Perez (‘20) recently created and launched a 2016 Petit Verdot under…
Northwest Farm Credit Services donates $2M to support WSU research and students

Northwest Farm Credit Services donates $2M to support WSU research and students

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Several WSU programs will benefit from a recent $2 million donation by Northwest Farm Credit Services to the university.
New scholarship endowment to support minority and under-represented students in Viticulture and Enology

New scholarship endowment to support minority and under-represented students in Viticulture and Enology

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A three-way partnership between Woodinville Wine Country, Chateau Ste. Michelle, and DeLille Cellars will aim to recruit students from diverse backgrounds for WSU’s wine science…
Grant aims to improve nutrition in quinoa from the ground up

Grant aims to improve nutrition in quinoa from the ground up

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WSU received a grant allowing researchers to study the nutritional value of quinoa at every level, from the soil through nutrient benefits to people.
Journeys of change: CAHNRS scholars reflect on Black History Month, inspirations

Journeys of change: CAHNRS scholars reflect on Black History Month, inspirations

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Scholars reflect on their personal, historic inspirations as they make their mark