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Washington Wine Industry Foundation awards scholarships

Washington Wine Industry Foundation awards scholarships

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The Washington Wine Industry Foundation awarded a total of $48,000 to 13 students pursuing careers in the wine industry, eight were from WSU. Awards were…

New model gives wineries better data from existing tests

New model gives wineries better data from existing tests

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Cross-country journey kick started award-winning wine student’s career

Cross-country journey kick started award-winning wine student’s career

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Meet V&E grads from the class of 2020

Meet V&E grads from the class of 2020

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Promising minds, strong hearts: 2020 student award winners named in CAHNRS

Promising minds, strong hearts: 2020 student award winners named in CAHNRS

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WSU Board of Regents vote to establish two new degree programs during virtual meeting

WSU Board of Regents vote to establish two new degree programs during virtual meeting

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WSU V&E researchers and students sweep poster session

WSU V&E researchers and students sweep poster session

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Washington Wine allocates record $1.2M for research

Washington Wine allocates record $1.2M for research

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Sprayer Technology: Every Drop to the Crop

Sprayer Technology: Every Drop to the Crop

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Auction of Washington Wines: Moving to Virtual-Only Events in 2020

Auction of Washington Wines: Moving to Virtual-Only Events in 2020

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Simulated heat waves to help vineyard owners mitigate heat stress

Simulated heat waves to help vineyard owners mitigate heat stress

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Good Fruit Grower: Brittany Komm, a young grower from East Wenatchee, Washington

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