Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup

BAA, APLU, WAAESD, NEED, AHS, NIFA...trying to make sense of the alphabet soup of… [more]

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2016 Joint ESS/CES-NEDA Meeting & Fall WAAESD Meeting, Grand Teton N.P., September 19-22, 2016

In this first ever joint meeting of Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension… [more]

2016 Joint ESS/CES-NEDA Meeting & Fall WAAESD Meeting, Grand Teton N.P., September 19-22, 2016 2016 Joint ESS/CES-NEDA Meeting & Fall WAAESD Meeting, Grand Teton N.P., September 19-22, 2016

NEW!! NIMSS Training & Handbook

The National Information Management and Support System (NIMSS) is a web-based application… [more]

NEW!! NIMSS Training & Handbook NEW!! NIMSS Training & Handbook

WERA-77 (2009-2014): Managing Invasive Weeds in Wheat

Invasive Weeds Threaten Winter Wheat Yield & Quality Invasive weeds infest… [more]

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W-2170 (2009-2014): Soil-Based Use of Residuals, Wastewater & Reclaimed Water

Reusing Waste Addresses Many Issues, but Major Obstacles Exist Millions of tons… [more]

W-2170 (2009-2014): Soil-Based Use of Residuals, Wastewater & Reclaimed Water W-2170 (2009-2014): Soil-Based Use of Residuals, Wastewater & Reclaimed Water

Nutrient Bioavailibility (W-2002, 2008-2013)

Diet and Disease The food you eat can improve your health and reduce your risk… [more]

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Microirrigation for Sustainable Water Use (W-2128, 2009-2014)

Irrigation Strains Western Water Supplies The West is home to some of the… [more]

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Motivating Calcium Intake in Children (W-2003, 2008-2013)

Poor Bone Health Linked to Low Calcium Intake Among Adolescents Osteoporosis,… [more]

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Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup

BAA, APLU, WAAESD, NEED, AHS, NIFA...trying to make sense of the alphabet soup of acronyms casually and expertly tossed around at meetings? Download our Acronym Guide! … [Read More...]

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2016 Joint ESS/CES-NEDA Meeting & Fall WAAESD Meeting, Grand Teton N.P., September 19-22, 2016

In this first ever joint meeting of Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Sections, we will focus on partnership—the power and possibility—as we identify current and potential partnerships where our organizations are aligned, learn about best practices for research and application efforts, … [Read More...]

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NEW!! NIMSS Training & Handbook

The National Information Management and Support System (NIMSS) is a web-based application that allows participants of Multistate Research Projects to submit proposals and reports online and register to participate on projects. Interested parties, stakeholders, and cooperators can also query the … [Read More...]

With rolling hills and deep soils, the Palouse region in the northwestern US is a major agricultural area and a leading producer of wheat. USDA-ARS photo.

WERA-77 (2009-2014): Managing Invasive Weeds in Wheat

Invasive Weeds Threaten Winter Wheat Yield & Quality Invasive weeds infest more than 20 million acres of winter wheat in the western US, costing growers over $500 million in yield losses each year.  Dense infestations of weeds can result in complete crop failure. Smaller weed populations … [Read More...]

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W-2170 (2009-2014): Soil-Based Use of Residuals, Wastewater & Reclaimed Water

Reusing Waste Addresses Many Issues, but Major Obstacles Exist Millions of tons of municipal, agricultural, and industrial solid waste are discarded each year in the U.S. Often, these solid wastes are disposed of in landfills or incinerated, which is  costly to the industries and the public. … [Read More...]

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Nutrient Bioavailibility (W-2002, 2008-2013)

Diet and Disease The food you eat can improve your health and reduce your risk for many diseases and disorders—like cancer, heart disease, obesity, poor bone health, birth  defects, and neurological diseases. Although these diseases can often be treated with drugs and surgical procedures, … [Read More...]

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Microirrigation for Sustainable Water Use (W-2128, 2009-2014)

Irrigation Strains Western Water Supplies The West is home to some of the fastest growing communities in the nation, and these growing communities are putting additional strain on already  overdrawn water supplies in the region. A major user of Western water is irrigated farmland needed to … [Read More...]

USDA Snap-Ed photo.

Motivating Calcium Intake in Children (W-2003, 2008-2013)

Poor Bone Health Linked to Low Calcium Intake Among Adolescents Osteoporosis, or thinning bones, is responsible for over 1.5 million fractures each year. More than half of all Americans  over 50 years of age experience osteoporosis-related bone fractures, which can lead to long-term pain and … [Read More...]