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Strengthening Families

Drew Betz knows the importance of communication. She and her statewide team are teaching parents and kids how to talk to each other. The results are nothing less than remarkable. Kids are more likely to stay away from drugs and make better choices. Parents worry less and trust more. Laughter returns to the dinner table.

Drew Betz, County Extension Educator
Whatcom County

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  Drew Betz

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Diabetes Education

Diabetes is one of the fastest growing diseases in the state, in the country in fact. It disproportionally affects African and Native Americans, Latinos, and those with the fewest resources. By making the management and treatment of diabetes easy to understand and maintain, Sue Butkus and her team are helping Washingtonians with the disease enjoy a better quality of life.

Sue Butkus, Extension Nutrition Specialist, EFNEP
WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center

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  Sue Butkus

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Food Processing

Richard Dougherty's Extension food safety program is the gold standard in the industry. It's helping growers, packers, and processors improve efficiences, manage risk, benefit the bottom line, and deliver reliable, safe, quality products to residents of Washington and around the world.

Richard Dougherty, Extension Food Science Specialist
Food Science and Human Nutrition

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  Richard Dougherty

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4-H Tap Their Potential

Building youth into strong, productive leaders is what 4-H is all about. Jana Ferris and her team of caring volunteers use 21st Century tools to empower a whole new generation of kids to be the best that they can be.

Jana Ferris, 4-H Youth Development
Snohomish County

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  Jana Ferris

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Dairy Waste

Joe Harrison is perfecting a technology that extracts the phosphorus in dairy manure and converts it into a dry, commercially saleable fertilizer. Water quality is preserved, and the recycled product provides dairy farmers with and extra source of income.

Joe Harrison, Dairy Scientist, Extension Dairy Specialist,
WSU Puyallup Research and Extension Center

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  Joe Harrison

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Low-Impact Development

WSU Extension water resource expert Curtis Hinman helps to develop low-impact filtration designs to remove storm drains and incorporate native soils vegetation and porous street surfaces into the blueprint of new urban and suburban communities, creating an attractive, more efficient, less harmful way to capture and purify storm water runoff at the source.

Curtis Hinman, Water Quality Coordinator
Pierce County

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  Curtis Hinman

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Dairy Anaerobic Digester Waste

Craig MacConnell's peat moss-like medium made from cow manure is increasing revenues for cash-strapped farmers, reducing climate-changing gasses, and protecting fragile ecosystems. It's just one way WSU Extension is improving farming and the environment.

Craig MacConnell, County Director
Whatcom County

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  Craig MacConnell

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Beach Watchers

Don Meehan created beach watchers, an extensive community in which volunteers conduct education, training, research, clean-up, and maintenance of Puget Sound beaches. Among their tasks: rescuing orphan seal pups, recycling old tires, removing tons of creosote-soaked wood from the sound, tracking juvenile salmon in the near-shore, detecting invasive species, and teaching shoreline owners about stewardship.

Don Meehan, County Director
Island County

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  Don Meehan

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Rural Bridges

By tapping into the connective and commercial power of the internet, Dee Christensen's and Monica Babine's Rural Bridges project has created more than 200 (and counting) sustained jobs and a number of associated businesses in rural Washington.

Dee Christensen, Rural Telework Director
Monica Babine, Rural Telework Coordinator
Center to Bridge the Digital Divide

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  Monica Dee

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Wood Byproducts

WSU Extension engineer Vikram Yadama is a member of the Wood Materials & Engineering Laboratory team that has pioneered a use for low-value, small-diameter timber that helps land owners in economically stressed rural areas make extra income. It provides the construction industry with a new composite alternative to wood that is more durable and ideally suited for external applications.

Vikram Yadama, Asst Research Professor and Extension Specialist
Wood Materials and Engineering Lab

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  Vikram Yadama

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A unique richness of students, faculty, location, activities, and organizations creates a full, lively student life at the University. This section gives you the insider's view on student life and a sampling of the opportunities here.

"Glimpses." Students talk about life at WSU

These brief posts are written by WSU students to give you a personal look through their window on campus life.

 

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