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Students gain career skills at Agriculture Future of America Leader’s Conference

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  More than 20 students from the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences travelled to Kansas City, Mo., to attend the 2018 Agriculture…

Washington Red Raspberry Commission presents check for endowed chair

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WSU alumni & raspberry farmers Adam and Julie Enfield joined WSU dignitaries like CAHNRS Dean Wright to present a $1.5 million check for the endowed…

Pruning tour offers hands-on lessons, shaping WA 38 trees for best growth

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  Circled by more than 75 apple growers and orchard managers, Washington State University researcher Stefano Musacchi took a willowy first-year WA 38 tree in…

Dean, Animal Sciences faculty build student, research connections at convention

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  Fostering Washington State University’s ongoing partnerships with Northwest beef producers, the Dean of CAHNRS, André-Denis Wright, joined faculty, students and alumni from the Department…

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At CAHNRS, our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Washington state and the world.

Our expertise informs economic and public policies, uses big data to develop resilient crops, dissects the biology of plants and animals, improves upcycling of post-consumer textiles, and so much more.

We invite you to use this site to learn more about our impacts, find collaborative partners, and develop solutions that matter to people – everywhere.

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Dr. Markus Lange publishes in Trends in Plant Science

Dr. Markus Lange publishes in Trends in Plant Science

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Assessing Flux Distribution Associated with Metabolic Specialization of Glandular Trichomes
Dr. Thomas Marsh publishes in Nature Ecology & Evolution

Dr. Thomas Marsh publishes in Nature Ecology & Evolution

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Waves of endemic foot-and-mouth disease in eastern Africa suggest feasibility of proactive vaccination approaches
Dr. Doug Walsh featured in NPR’s ‘the salt’

Dr. Doug Walsh featured in NPR’s ‘the salt’

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Native Bees And Alfalfa Farmers — A Seedy Love Story

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