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“Regardless of our race, color, or ethnicity, we all have a role to play in ending racism and guaranteeing an inclusive and equitable community. I encourage you to be agents of change, to speak out against these injustices, and demand long overdue change. That change starts now.”

– André-Denis Wright
CAHNRS Dean

CAHNRS stands in solidarity with the African-American community. Read Dean Wright’s statement.

#BlackLivesMatter

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Extending Knowledge. Changing Lives.

Engaging people, organizations, and communities to advance knowledge, economic well-being, and quality of life by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.

AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES (ANR) PROGRAM UNIT

The ANR program unit conducts locally relevant applied research in the fields of agriculture and natural resource sciences.

COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (CED) PROGRAM UNIT

CED faculty and staff partner with local leaders to improve their communities and grow their economy.

YOUTH & FAMILY (YF) PROGRAM UNIT

Youth and Family programs improve the capacity of young people to be successful and strengthens families to support healthy development.

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Concerned about Climate Change? Become a WSU Sustainable Community Steward

Concerned about Climate Change? Become a WSU Sustainable Community Steward

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WSU Snohomish County Extension hosts their Sustainable Community Steward (SCS) fall training series starting Oct. 2.
WSU’s drive-in Wi-Fi team earns inaugural FCC digital access award

WSU’s drive-in Wi-Fi team earns inaugural FCC digital access award

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WSU-initiated partnership helped create drive-up broadband access at hundreds of locations
Revealing the diversity of genes behind better alfalfa hay

Revealing the diversity of genes behind better alfalfa hay

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Completing new research, WSU scientists identified genetic markers and parent varieties that could boost the quality of alfalfa hay.

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