A new WSU‑led study identified some of the challenges that get in the way of community monitoring of groundwater.
Professor and plant scientist Doreen Main will again lead Washington State University’s Department of Horticulture. She returned as interim chair of the department on July 16.
The campus continues to make strides in its water conservation efforts, an initiative that dates back more than three decades.
The early-summer heat wave continues to create potentially dangerous conditions for pets and the hottest predicted temperatures across most of the region are yet to come.
Extension experts share general suggestions to keep animals safe during the historic heat wave expected to roll across the Pacific Northwest next week.
A World War II-era buoy, made from some 800 pounds of military-grade steel, was recently converted into a wood-fired pizza and bread oven for the WSU Bread Lab.
It’s no wonder Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe at the Washington State University Creamery enjoys a cult-like following. Sweet or savory, its offerings are rich and creamy, decadent and dreamy.
Columbia Basin Long‑Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast, a partnership between the state Department of Ecology and WSU, examines water supply and demand over next 20 years.
Researchers from WSU’s School of Food Science are working with yeast strains native to Washington to find a way to reduce the sugar content of wine before fermentation.
An abnormally dry spring has heralded an early start to what could be a prolonged fire season in 2021. Last year, more than 840,000 acres burned in Washington, more than double the 10‑year average.