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- Spring 2017 Green Crabs and Aquatic Invasive Species
- Winter Edition 2017 – Tides and King Tides
- Holiday edition 2016 – Green Holidays
- Fall 2016 – Evaluating Shoreline Protection Options
- Late summer 2016 – Living with Existing Bulkheads
- Summer 2016 – Online Resources
- Spring 2016 – How Bulkheads Change the Shoreline
- Winter 2016 – Recreational Boating
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- New distilled spirits analysis earns WSU team top honors at world conference June 26, 2017A WSU team recently took home top honors at an international conference for research on a technique used to evaluate characteristics of wine.Scott Weybright
- Learn to protect your forest, range land at SE Washington Field Day June 16, 2017Washington State University Extension Foresters will host an upcoming field day for owners of privately held forest and range lands in southeastern Washington. The Forest and Range Owners Field Day is Saturday, June 24, on the Dickinson property at Cougar Canyon near Dayton, Wash. Gates open at 8 a.m., and the program follows from 9 […]Seth Truscott
- Vineyard, WSU scientists team up to battle virus threat June 15, 2017WAPATO, Wash. – Something in the soil was destroying Andrew Schultz’ grapevines. Naidu Rayapati, a virologist with Washington State University’s Viticulture and Enology program, was determined to find out what. At first, the Grenache vines, planted in a former pear orchard near Wapato, Wash., had been productive and healthy. But over time, a mysterious infection […]Seth Truscott
- Fight farm field invaders at WSU Weed Science Field Tour, June 14 June 12, 2017Washington State University crop and soil science experts share the latest tools in the fight against farm weeds at the 2017 Weed Science Field Tour, 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, June 14, at the R.J. Cook Agronomy Farm near Pullman. “Our Weed Science Tour is a unique way for growers, crop consultants, company representatives […]Seth Truscott
- Clark County children learning about farming, food at Heritage Farm June 9, 2017Elementary students from around Clark County, Wash. will visit a local farm twice this season to learn where food comes from, and how it's grown.Scott Weybright