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6 inches of Mount St. Helens ash fell on Lind, Wash. — why?

Welcome to LindBy Linda Weiford, WSU News

LIND, Wash. – The day Mount St. Helens erupted, Gladie Nagamitsu vividly remembers when noon turned to midnight and the sky started raining down on the tiny farming town of Lind, Wash., where she lives. » More …

Driest wheat region breaks 100-year snow record – how’s the wheat?

Samantha Crow and Brian FodeBy Linda Weiford, WSU News

LIND, Wash. – The eastern Washington town of Lind broke a record this winter for having the longest streak of snow cover since employees at Washington State University’s Dryland Research Station started keeping records 100 years ago. » More …

June 12: Drought, wheat, alternatives topics at field day

Lind-research-stationLIND, Wash. – The 98th annual Washington State University Lind Field Day will be Thursday, June 12, at the WSU Dryland Research Station north of Lind, Wash. Registration for the free, public event begins at 8:30 a.m. with the field tour starting at 9 a.m. » More …

Best of both worlds

Steve Schofstoll thought he had left behind the world of agronomy after finding his calling as a pastor.“I never really thought I would use my degree,” Schofstoll said.He now serves as a pastor at the Lind Calvary Assembly of God and also puts his agronomy degree to use at the WSU Dryland Research Station in Lind. Schofstoll graduated with a B.S. in agronomy from WSU in 1987 and then traveled overseas to teach English for a Christian organization. While teaching in countries including Japan and China, Schofstoll realized ministry was something he wanted to pursue. After receiving his credentials through the Assemblies of God in … » More …