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Alteryx for Good: Student License Information

Dear Students and Faculty, The WSU Farmers Network is pleased to announce that students involved in the DIFM-CIG and WSU Far ...

Please Take this Cover Crop Survey!

Please take an important survey about cover crops to help improve outreach and inform cover crop incentive programs to better ...

Workshop CEU Credit

We received several emails from individuals who had been waiting to receive CEU Credit from the January workshops.  We had su ...

Free Video Training Series in Post Production Coming Soon!

The WSU Farmers Network is proud to announce we're in post production of the January Workshop presentations and March Webinar ...

Conduct of research under Governor Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” directive

To: Faculty engaged in research, scholarship, and creative activities at WSU As mandated by Governor Inslee, WSU is taking s ...

WSU Establishes Website for Corona Virus Updates

Washington State University has formally activated its Incident Command system to provide a coordinated response to rapidly e ...

Webinar - Soil Organic Matter & Soil CEC

Webinar Announcement Soil Organic Matter & Soil CEC Thursday. February 27, 2020 5:45pm - 6:15pm Host:         WSU Far ...

2020 Steering Committee Meeting

The WSU Farmers Network Steering Committee will hold its 2020 annual meeting in Room 398 at Johnson Hall on Thursday March 05 ...

What is a Farmers Network?

Farmers’ Networks for Farmer-Centric Collaborative Research and Extension   By Haiying Tao1, Jan Boll2, Thomas F. Morris3, ...

Working together for Soil Health – Winter Work Sessions

Workshops are funded by Washington Soil Health Initiative. Register Now! We are offering three workshops focus on diving ...

“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


WSU Farmers Network

Washington State University
Johnson Hall RM. 171
Pullman, Wa. 99163

Keith Curran   
 (509) 288-2324

Dr. Haiying Tao
(509) 335-4389

“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