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The mission of the Washington State University Farmers Network is to advance soil and nutrient management, crop productivity, farm sustainability and profit through collaborative research, extension and on-farm participatory learning.
We're presently offering free workshops sponsored by the Washington State Soil Health Initiative, and Free Webinars throughout March 2020. We welcome your participation.
Free Webinars are Here!
Click Here to participate in our Interactive Webinar Series. The format used in this webinar series is an interactive interview type. The host will ask a few questions to the presenters at the beginning of the webinar. The questions come from previous Soil Health Workshops. The audience is given opportunity to ask follow-up questions to the presenter. Visit our webinar web page to view our schedule of events.
Meet Our Steering Commitee
The WSU Farmers Network Steering Committee is a balance of farmers, scientists and industry professionals. They meet annually and guide research Initiatives and program development.
Have you ever thought about collaborating with a WSU Agronomist or soil scientist to learn more about your farms soil and how to improve management of inputs? Check out our guidelines or the latest on-farm research opportunities where you can collaborate and innovate.
WSU Extension Workshops
WSU Extension Workshops are the apogee of the on-farm research collaboration process. It is here where results are produced. Guest speakers and WSU Scientists present their research findings. Following a delicious lunch, farmers hold a topical discussion panel. This is where farmers can learn from experienced on-farm research collaborators.
Ag Data Hub
The WSU Farmers Network works with technology companies and scientists across the nation to develop decision support tools based on big data that enhance farmers’ ability to choose best management practices. We believe farmers and their field agronomists should have equal access to the latest information. One innovation we're addressing is building tools that address low bandwidth constraints across farmland in Washington State.
Digital & Computational Agriculture
Using Advanced Sensor Technology, such as Yield Monitors, Protein Monitors, Soil Sensors, Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing, and Analytics; we help farmers to improve input efficiency, yield production, farm management practices and profit.
New Member Enrollment
We're looking to make our family bigger! Your participation moves us forward. Enrollment for new members begins April 01, 2020 If you haven't done so already, please contact us and we will be happy to send you an informational pamphlet on on-farm research guidance and membership benefits.
The WSU Farmers Network has set out on an ambitious endeavor to create Webinars and other training materials and workshops to train farmers and field managers on farm technology, equipment, to enhance overall knowledge. If you would like to arrange a demonstration or instructional group meeting for particular farm technology please contact us and we will be happy to arrange a group workshop event with one of our Ag Industry Partners.
“The farmer is the only man in our economy who buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale, and pays the freight both ways.”-John F. Kennedy
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“You know, farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil, and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.”-Dwight D. Eisenhower