- 04-08-11 Food Safety News – School Gardens to Grow Under New USDA Project. WSU will develop and run a $1 million pilot project to create vegetable gardens at 70 elementary schools in four states.
04-08-11 Victoria Advocate – 4 Ag Research Dean finalists to interview at UNL. Francis Pierce, professor emeritus at WSU’s Center for Precision and Automated Agricultural Systems is among the finalists.
04-07-11 KVEW-TV Kennewick – WSU adds Wine Business Management major at Pullman campus
04-07-11 Montana Standard – Public can meet finalists for Tech chancellor job, one of whom is James “Dick” Pratt, vice chancellor for academic affairs and a professor of earth and environmental sciences at WSU Tri-Cities.
04-07-11 Capital Press – Organic sector erodes. WSU’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources recently issued a report detailing the status of the industry
04-07-11 Capital Press – Using a grant from the potato commission, the WSU NW Research Centeris working to combat black dot, a fungus, on high-value fresh-market potato tubers.
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- 04-08-11 Seattle PI – Polluters Prevail in the House. “From our research institutions like the University of Washington, Washington State University … our public-private partnerships have laid the foundation to capitalize on opportunities…