Glass of beer in hand against barley ears

I wish you were beer

New WSU malt quality lab key to turning barley production from feed to food varieties.

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Cookie or biscuit, it’s all delicious

PNW-supported cracker production line fulfills its promise at the Wheat Marketing Center.

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Johnson Hall exterior in 1961

USDA-WSU to replace aging hall

It’s the end of an era for the crop and soil sciences research building, which opened in 1961. Built during the Eisenhower Administration, this four-story, 195,000-square-foot building has served ably, and now the next chapter calls for Johnson Hall to come down.

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Maintaining momentum through transition

The year 2021 has been a
year of significant transition,
and nowhere is that truer
than at Washington State
University. Interim Dean Rich Koenig provides an update on the College of
Agricultural, Human and
Natural Resource Sciences.

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Join our team!

Join our team! The Washington Grain Commission is looking for a dynamic career-oriented individual to be our next Program Director. This position will support the Commission’s implementation of market promotion, research and education programs on behalf of small grain farmers in Washington state.

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A cargo ship gets loaded with Washington grain in Portland, Oregon.

Promoting the best grains

Grain commission works to maintain demand for Washington grains in good and bad years.

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