The 2019 BIOAg Symposium is slated for Feb. 7, at Ensminger Pavilion, and advances the use and understanding of biologically intensive, organic and sustainable agriculture.
Festival will include u-pick pumpkins, a produce sale, games for the family, pumpkin pie, fresh apple cider and face painting.
Researchers analyzed farms that use some form of “sustainable intensification” to grow crops and reduce environmental impacts like pesticide pollution, soil erosion and greenhouse gas emissions.
WSU scientists are collecting data and building a precision pollination model and decision-support tool to help growers efficiently pollinate their orchards.
The WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm will host its annual field day Thursday, Aug. 2.
Learn about the newest crop varieties and practices for Washington’s drylands, and meet the new dean of CAHNRS, at the Lind Field Day, June 14.
Per McCord uses genetic markers to speed the breeding of new varieties for state’s half-billion-dollar cherry industry.
WSU organic agriculture student part of article in USA Today’s annual special edition on the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Courses will be taught in-person or via videoconference by WSU faculty from the Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center, WSU Pullman, and other sites statewide.
By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences
EVERETT, Wash. – Western Washington residents now have the option to earn a Washington State University degree in organic agriculture in their own back yard.