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Browse to research genes behind healthier vegetable oil

John Browse, Regents’ Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Plant Sciences at Washington State University, will investigate new ways to breed canola for healthier vegetable oils as…

Lange helps broaden involvement as Phytochemical Society president

Mark Lange, professor with the Institute of Biological Chemistry at Washington State University, is advancing his research field as the current president of the Phytochemical Society…

Record attendance, great feedback at 2018 WSU oilseed workshops

“This is a great program and great day of learning, the diversity and knowledge base of the presenters is A+.” “Great workshop, well worth my…

Short course helps forest owners steward their lands, sustainably

To help forest owners plan for their forests, WSU Extension Forestry and the Washington Department of Natural Resources host a series of weekly classes, March…

‘Working Forests’ workshop helps owners protect their land

WSU Extension’s Working Forests For Landowners Workshop is Saturday, March 24, at the Columbia County Fairgrounds Youth Building in Dayton, Wash. Natural resources professionals will…

Get fit, feel better with CAHNRS Evening Exercise classes

CAHNRS Faculty/Staff Evening Exercise is held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in Hulbert Room 27. Held since 2015, the class…

Governors discuss leadership, balance at Ruckleshaus Center joint luncheon

On Tuesday, Jan. 16, the William D. Ruckelshaus Center and the Slade Gorton International Policy Center featured former Washington State Governors Daniel Evans, Christine Gregoire,…

2018 WSU oilseed workshops in full swing

The WSU-based Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems project hosts its annual canola/oilseed workshops in January, with the first one already in the books at Hartline on…

Producers elected to new Pacific NW Canola Association

The recently formed Pacific Northwest Canola Association, which is supported by the WSU-based Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems Project, has elected 10 producer members from Idaho,…

Wells-Moses wins national awards for parenting, financial literacy, food preservation

Kayla Wells-Moses, Family & Consumer Sciences Educator with Colville Reservation WSU Extension, received three national awards at the 2017 National Extension Association for Family and…
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