The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences serves the Land Grant mission and tradition by conducting fundamental and applied plant and soil research, offering nationally and internationally competitive undergraduate and graduate education and training programs, and extending the science of our disciplines to serve the public.
To learn about other ways to give to WSU and the department, visit the WSU Foundation site.
WSU is proposing a building to provide laboratory, shop and classrooms needed to effectively deliver the dynamic, hands-on agricultural programming sought after by students and driven by rapidly evolving industry needs.Feasibility Study (pdf) Proposal (pdf)
The Lind Dryland Research Station Endowment was created in 1996 by growers in low-rainfall areas. The endowment funds research at the Washington State University Dryland Research Station at Lind as well in other dryland areas of the state receiving less than twelve inches annual precipitation.
The Lind Dryland Research Station hosts the annual Lind Field Day every year in June. Visitors will learn about current science and practices as well as receive updates from legislators and wheat industry leaders.
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