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Jan 22nd - All Day
Jan 24th - All Day
Jan 25th - All Day
If you’re looking for an opportunity to learn a lot of information about an opportunity crop a lot of people are talking about, consider attending one or more of the 2018 WSU-Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems workshops the week of January 22. Canola and other oilseeds present an excellent rotation crop in irrigated and dryland regions of Washington and the PNW, and the market price remains competitive with wheat in most situations. Each of the 3 one-day workshops we are offering will cover a wide range of production and marketing info and feature PNW canola producers, ag industry reps, and university faculty as presenters. Registration is available for only $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Stay tuned to the WSU Oilseeds facebook page and website for updates, and read more in this Timely Topic on the WSU Small Grains website! January 22:  Hartline, WA at the Historic Hartline School Hartline Registration Hartline agenda (pdf)(all agendas are subject to change) Hartline session details (pdf) Pesticide credits received to date: WA (3), MT (10(3), 30(3), 39(3), 60(3)), applied for ID and OR January 24: Richland, WA at Meadow Springs Presbyterian Church Richland Registration Richland agenda (pdf) Richland Session details (pdf) Pesticide credits received to date: WA (3), MT (10(3), 30(3), 39(3), 60(3)), applied for ID and OR January 25: Colfax, WA at First Baptist Church Colfax Registration Colfax agenda (pdf) Colfax Session details (pdf) Pesticide credits received to date: WA (3), MT (10(3), 30(3), 39(3), 60(3)), applied for ID and OR
Feb 08th 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Feb 09th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Just a reminder that registration for the upcoming Washington State Soil Health Summit that will be occurring on the evening of Feb 8th through Feb 9th is open. Please consider joining us for this upcoming workshop co-hosted by the Washington State Conservation Commission and Washington State University Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources. This invite only event will bring together stakeholder representatives in Washington to convey issues and determine solutions to address soil health challenges in a coordinated way. A draft agenda is attached for your reference. If you need to reserve a hotel room, the link for our hotel block at the Courtyard Marriott Pullman is also included below. Our group base rate is 93 USD per night. Please register for the event and book your hotel room by January 25th. Event Details: Washington State Soil Health Summit February 8th, 5:00-8:30 pm – February 9th, 8:00am-4:00pm Banyans on the Ridge, Pullman, WA Register by January 25th at Hotel Group Reservation Link: Book your group rate for WSU Extension CSANR - Soil Health Summit If you have any questions please contact Brooke at brooke.saari(at) or Leslie at leslie(at)
Feb 08th 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Join our state's Ag community for Washington Policy Center's 2018 Agriculture Policy Dinner in Pasco. Co-presented by the Washington State Farm Bureau, the Washington Association of Wheat Growers, Washington State Tree Fruit Association, Far West AgriBusiness Association and many more, this event is a must-attend for growers, orchardists, farmers, cattlemen, business owners, elected officials and citizens from all across the state. On the agenda at WPC's 2018 Ag Policy Dinner - bringing free market solutions to the 2018 Farm Bill. Red Lion Hotel - Pasco Thursday, February 8th - 6:30pm Early Bird Ticket Prices: Young Professionals Member: $25 | WPC Member: $35 Non-Member: $50 | WPC Membership and Ticket: $85 Table sponsorships begin at: $550 Don't miss your chance to register today before ticket prices increase! Register Today! Keynote Speaker: Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers The 2018 dinner will feature Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the highest ranking woman in the United States Congress, who is the chair of the House Republican Conference. Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers also serves on the Energy and Commerce Committee. She played a key role in the 2014 Farm Bill, which advanced critical research priorities for Eastern Washington farmers and researchers at Washington State University.