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The WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center provides research, technology, instruction, and outreach to improve agriculture, community well-being, and natural resources by bridging our land-grant mission to an increasingly urbanized Puget Sound region and beyond.

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Puyallup News

Featured Stories

  • WSU debuts flavorful, easy-to-harvest new raspberry, Cascade Premier

    Republished from WSU News
    Raspberries growing on canes.Early fruiting with good yield and flavor, firm fruit, good root rot tolerance, and machine harvestable, WSU’s newest raspberry cultivar is named Cascade Premier.
    Bright, flavorful, and bred for easy automated harvest, Washington State University’s new red raspberry variety, “Cascade Premier,” is more than a decade in the making.

    First crossed in 2007 from two WSU experimental varieties, and released to growers in 2018, the new variety has continually shown promise in its bounty, disease … » More …

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  • Dr. John Stark among WSU faculty elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences

    Eight faculty from Washington State University have been elected to membership in the Washington State Academy of Sciences, an organization that advances science in the state and informs public policy.

    The new members come from WSU campuses across the state and represent a range of scientific specialties. They’ll be officially inducted in September, in a ceremony at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.

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  • Faculty published and featured in local news

    WSU Puyallup faculty member Dr. Jenifer McIntyre recently had a study published in the Environmental Science and Technology Journal featured on KUOW news.

    In addition, her team recently launched an interactive map geared to help track where dangerous key areas for salmon are located so preventative measures can take place. The map was featured on KING 5 News.

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