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Today’s water needs outweigh tomorrow’s risks in Kenya
September 13, 2016

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

young-left-and-byersPULLMAN, Wash. – A three-year study at Washington State University has found that Kenyan farmers prefer a rent-to-own option when buying treadle irrigation pumps if they can’t afford outright cash purchase and can’t wait for layaway.

WSU football single-game tickets on sale
August 2, 2010

PULLMAN – WSU football single-game tickets for home games will go on sale 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 7. Season tickets and three-game packs are on sale now.

 

This special online presale opportunity will extend throughout the weekend at the Cougar Athletics official website, WSUCougars.com. Phone sales and in-person sales at the WSU Athletic Ticket Office will begin 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 9.

 

Tickets can be purchased by online by going to the following link.

 

All tickets on sale will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis, and patrons will be offered the best seats available to them at that time. … » More …

Parking permit renewal and purchase available online
April 24, 2007

Parking permits are available for purchase or renewal online through May 31. For people who participated in Phase two, it is now time to go back online and purchase the 2007/2008 parking permit you requested, according to Chris Boyan, administrative and outreach manager for Parking Services. The deadline to purchase a requested permit or renew an existing permit is May 31. Based on availability, a permit choice may not be available to purchase, but people can still renew their current permit during this phase. To do this, visit www.wsu.edu/parking/.To renew a current permit, log on with your WSU Network ID.If you do not remember your WSU … » More …

WSU to purchase Magpie Forest
April 22, 2005

In celebration of Earth Day, 2005, Washington State University announced April 22 its plans to purchase Magpie Forest, a 14-acre patch of endangered Palouse Prairie still surviving on the northern edge of Pullman.Magpie Forest has long been valued by local conservation groups and researchers for the rich biological diversity of its native plants, but the explosive growth of housing in Pullman caused many to worry that the land soon would be divided up for housing developments.Mel Taylor, director of special projects and external relations for WSU Business Affairs, said, “Faculty, local conservation groups and city officials all strongly supported the purchase and conservation of Magpie Forest … » More …