Stewart started working on staff at WSU in 1985 as a research technician studying tree fruits in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. He moved to CSANR as part of the Climate Friendly Farming team. Currently Stewart works on the Ofoot project to help determine the carbon footprint of organic farms. His time is split between the Biosystems Engineering department where he works with the computer model, CropSyst, to simulate organic farms, and Crops and Soil Sciences where he oversees field research on the Ofoot project.
Stewart grew up on a 10-acre orchard in Selah, WA. He earned a BA in Biology at Western Washington University and a MS and PhD in Botany at WSU.
Departments of Crop and Soil Sciences
and Biosystems Engineering
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164