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Organic agriculture major expands to Western Washington
November 9, 2017

By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences

WSU Everett buildingEVERETT, Wash. – Western Washington residents now have the option to earn a Washington State University degree in organic agriculture in their own back yard.

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PULLMAN – Side-by-side comparisons of organic and conventional strawberry farms and their fruit found the organic farms produced more flavorful and nutritious berries while leaving the soil healthier and … » More …

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In any university you will find a mix of professors who either prefer research or instruction; once in a while you find someone who loves both. John Reganold, professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, balances this mix.Previous to his work at WSU, Reganold was in private industry. But he yearned to teach.His research expertise encompasses three major areas within the field of sustainable agriculture and land use, said William L. Pan, professor and chair for crop and soil sciences:• measuring the environmental and economic sustainability of commercial farming systems;• developing and implementing soil-quality indices for use by growers and scientists;• studying and … » More …