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BIOAg Funding Awards Announced

The BIOAg Grant Program is one critical way that the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources carries out its mission improve the environment, increase…

Calculating Climate Benefits for Climate Smart Farms

What are the climate impacts of a given farm practice?  While we know lots of strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions on farms, quantifying that…

New publication tackles approaches to nutrient recovery from dairy manure

Building on our long-term efforts relating to dairy nutrient management, we now have a new publication that summarizes the various approaches being explored for nutrient…

2017 In Review

2017 was an incredibly busy and productive year for us at CSANR, and I’m pleased to be able to share some of what we accomplished…

Stepping back: What have we learned about agriculture and climate change, and where do we go from here?

As a number of large climate-and-agriculture projects at our Pacific Northwest universities have come to an end over the last year, we felt it was…

What have we learned about dryland cropping systems in the last 15 years?

Dryland crops are a common sight east of the Cascades, and cover a LOT of acreage in the Pacific Northwest – more than 5.8 million…

Farmer-to-Farmer Case Studies

Successful farmers are skilled at coping with risk, from weather to markets, and a variety of other factors. So to answer the question, “what practices…

2016 in Review

Over the last three years, we have compiled annual reports in order to better share our accomplishments and reach out to our stakeholders – but…

Flex Cropping – Storing More Carbon Under Challenging Environmental Conditions

Organic matter – the organic component of soil – is key to soil health. Organic matter serves as a reservoir of nutrients for crops, provides…

High Residue Farming Workshop for Irrigated Producers

WSU Extension is hosting an upcoming workshop on the basics of High Residue Farming on November 30, 2016, 9:30-3:30 in Moses Lake.  Details for those…
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