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Forest ecologist lifts his vantage point to discover how forests can survive devastating changes

Bee efficiency boosts diversified farming

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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.

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