Green Times

By Susan Littlefield

If you are interested in organic and sustainable agriculture, a new, free, on-line publication from Washington State University's College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences may be just what you're looking for. Green Times is a monthly e-newsletter that will publish current research and profiles of farmers and other regional industry professionals, and serve as a focal point for the rapidly growing regional organic agriculture community.

Although the publication will focus on organic agriculture in the Northwest, its information will often be of interest to a wider audience. WSU has long been a leader in sustainable and organic agriculture education, innovation, and research. The first issue of Green Times focuses on a study by WSU entomologist David Crowder to see if sustainable agriculture can help mitigate the effects of climate change on insect biodiversity and how this relates to the development of biological controls for potato pests.

To sign up to receive the Green Times newsletter, go to Green Times.

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