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Multi-Million Dollar Grant Puts University of Idaho Scientists in Idaho-WA Schools to Enhance Water Resources Education
Posted: Tuesday, April 28 2009
April 27, 2009 MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho has received a $2.94 million grant from the National Science Foundation for a water resources project that connects the research community with middle and high school classrooms in rural northern Idaho and eastern Washington. The five-year project pairs graduate-level research scientists with middle and high school science teachers to enha...
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Second Life Connects Idaho Educators for Larger Learning Network
Posted: Tuesday, August 18 2009
Aug. 18, 2009 Written by Joni Kirk MOSCOW, Idaho – When University of Idaho graduate student Nichole Scott struggled with the classroom sound system during a recent class presentation, accounting instructor KD Hatheway-Dial quickly walked to the podium to provide some technical assistance. It all seemed fairly straightforward and natural for a classroom setting. However, Hatheway-Dial's clas...
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Now at The Salvation Army Kroc Center: Nutrition Education Designed to Protect Against Heart Disease, Insulin Resistance, Diabetes and Breaking the Budget
Posted: Monday, September 14 2009
Written by Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho –The only time-tested, reliable formula for achieving and maintaining optimum health is eating sensibly and exercising. These two vital components of a healthy lifestyle will be offered under one roof when University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene introduces educational forums on newsworthy nutrition topics at The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Cen...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | SeAnne Safaii | Dietetics | Nutrition | Coeur d' Alene | News Release
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University of Idaho Wins $3.2 Million Renewal of Interdisciplinary Graduate Research and Education Project
Posted: Thursday, September 17 2009
MOSCOW, Idaho – A successful educational partnership between the University of Idaho and Costa Rica's Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center to train graduate students will continue with a $3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship program, or IGERT, is the National Science Foundation's flagship interdi...
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University-Company Team Wins Group's Recognition for Wastewater Research
Posted: Monday, September 28 2009
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho scientists and colleagues will be honored with the top award in their field for their research on a pioneering system to remove phosphorus from wastewater before it enters lakes and streams. The Water Environment Federation notified University of Idaho environmental chemist Greg Moller and Blue Water Technologies Chief Technology Officer Remy Newcombe that the...
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University of Idaho Briefs Regents on Budget, Research and Extension Centers and Outreach Efforts
Posted: Thursday, October 15 2009
Written by Bill Loftus LEWISTON, Idaho – The University of Idaho Thursday presented its Board of Regents with an update to the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences' budget review, including some signs of agricultural industry support for the research and extension centers. John Hammel, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences dean, briefed the regents about industry, ...
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University Study of Idaho's Changing Dairy Industry Focuses on Community-level Impacts
Posted: Monday, October 26 2009
Written by Bill Loftus TWIN FALLS, Idaho – A team of University of Idaho researchers that studied the community level impacts of Idaho's rapidly changing dairy industry say they found largely positive economic and social effects. During the two-year study, the researchers conducted a telephone survey of the general public, interviewed community members and local officials and analyzed publicly a...
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Regents Approve Simplot Proposal, Hear Plan to Maintain Tetonia, Sandpoint Center Operation
Posted: Thursday, December 10 2009
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – At a meeting today in Twin Falls, the University of Idaho Board of Regents heard details about a proposal between the University of Idaho and the J.R. Simplot Co. focused on the university's Parma Research and Extension Center that both preserves a vital public research asset and promises to expand the center's overall research value to agriculture. The board approve...
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University Statement on Scientific Misconduct Assessment
Posted: Monday, January 4 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho –The University of Idaho provides this statement on the outcome of its scientific misconduct assessment concerning professor of veterinary medicine Marie Bulgin. The specifics of these scientific misconduct assessments constitute personnel records, which are confidential under Idaho law. "In June 2009, news media reported concerns raised by several groups and individuals,...
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University of Idaho McCall Outdoor Science School Hosts Wilderness Emergency Skills Class
Posted: Tuesday, January 12 2010
Written by Sue McMurray MCCALL, Idaho – Broken bones, blood loss or bee stings – any of these things could happen during a wilderness excursion. To teach outdoor enthusiasts how to prepare for the unexpected, the University of Idaho McCall Outdoor Science School will host a Wilderness First Responder course, part of the National Outdoor Leadership School's Wilderness Medicine Institute, March 12-...
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Stephen Devadoss
Posted: Tuesday, February 2 2010
Professor of Agricultural Economics
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Farmers and Chefs Connect at Local Foods Event
Posted: Wednesday, February 10 2010
Written by Kim Peterson MOSCOW, Idaho – Farmers, ranchers and chefs will have the unique opportunity to discuss ways to source fresh, local agriculture to local food service venues at the 2010 North Idaho Farmer-Chef Collaborative. Held in Moscow on Monday, March 1, this interactive event is fashioned after the popular “speed dating,” and pairs buyers and sellers to facilita...
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Rod Hill Named ACE Fellow
Posted: Thursday, April 1 2010
Rod Hill, associate professor of physiology and secretary of the faculty, has been named an American Council on Education Fellow for 2010-11. The prestigious fellows program, founded in 1965, identifies and prepares promising senior faculty and administrators for responsible university administrative roles. Forty-six fellows, nominated by the presidents or chancellors of their institutions, were s...
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Idaho Refugees Get Food Processing Training from University of Idaho’s Food Technology Center Staff
Posted: Friday, April 9 2010
CALDWELL, Idaho—About 25 Idaho refugees from three Boise resettlement agencies will get job training in food processing the week of April 12 from specialists at University of Idaho’s Food Technology Center in Caldwell. Refugees from Iraq, Bhutan and Congo will be introduced to food processing concepts and practices on April 12 in the Idaho Department of Labor office at 219 W. Main St. ...
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Caldwell's Theresa Araquistain Wins Honors as 4-H Western Region Volunteer
Posted: Friday, April 9 2010
CALDWELL, Idaho – For the past 32 years, 4-H volunteer Theresa Araquistain of Caldwell provided fun, education and entertaining ways for youth to learn valuable skills. The Western Region 4-H Volunteer Forum recently honored her work as co-leader of the 60-member Vallivue 4-H Club in Caldwell as its regional 4-H Salute to Excellence Outstanding Lifetime Volunteer. Universit...
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University of Idaho Students Post Top Tier Finish in North American Dairy Challenge
Posted: Friday, April 16 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences students completed a top-tier finish at the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge against teams from across the U.S. and Canada. The annual event drew teams representing 30 universities that visited working dairies near Visalia, Calif., and made recommendations to improve their operations based on the students' ...
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Third Annual CALS Dual Credit Institute
Posted: Monday, April 19 2010
The third annual Dual Credit Institute will be held on the University of Idaho campus from noon PDT July 6 to noon PDT July 9. The institute is sponsored by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and organized and led by the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education. High School agriculture, mathematics and science instructors participating in the institute will be provided housi...
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Three Leaders Selected for University of Idaho Alumni Association Hall of Fame
Posted: Friday, April 23 2010
Written by Jeff Olson MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho Alumni Association will induct three new members into the Alumni Hall Fame at a noon luncheon on Friday, May 14, in the Student Union Building Ballroom. The event is part of the university’s Moscow campus Commencement Weekend. The inductees are Pete T. Cenarrusa of Boise, who was an Idaho elected official from 1950...
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University of Idaho Earthworm Research Turns Up Rare Find: Giant Palouse Earthworms
Posted: Tuesday, April 27 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – A project to understand earthworms and where they are found in relation to native plants and invasive weeds yielded a rare find in late March: several giant Palouse earthworms. Shan Xu, a University of Idaho student studying soil science, and Karl Umiker, a research support scientist, found two giant Palouse earthworms on March 27. Unive...
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University of Idaho Celebrates 3 Decades of Biodiesel Research
Posted: Wednesday, May 5 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho scientists and engineers invite the public to celebrate three decades of biodiesel research with an afternoon of educational events and an evening banquet on May 25. The program will include a farm tour and banquet presentation by biodiesel pioneer Charles Peterson, an agricultural engineer who first began biodiesel research at the University of Idaho in 1979. P...
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Forestry Meets Aquifer Protection in Field Day near Athol June 12
Posted: Friday, May 7 2010
ATHOL, Idaho – An Idaho-Washington Forest Owners Field Day planned June 12 near Athol, Idaho, will focus on practices that maintain or improve the Spokane Valley – Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer. Participants are asked to preregister for the field day by June 4. Advance registration is $20 per person or $30 for two or more in the same party. On-site registration will be $30 per person or $40 per family.
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University of Idaho Partnership with Coeur d'Alene Tribe and Communities Named Finalist for National Engagement Award
Posted: Friday, May 7 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho is a finalist for the national C. Peter Magrath University/Community Engagement Award. The university was selected for its partnership with the Coeur d'Alene Tribe and its communities, and is one of just five universities to be selected as a finalist. The university/community partnership also received the Outreach Scholarship/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Engagem...
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Research Suggests Strategy to Prevent Deadly E coli in Cattle
Posted: Wednesday, May 12 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW – Scientists, including the University of Idaho's Carolyn Hovde Bohach, Monday reported they have learned how deadly E. coli bacteria sense the cattle gastrointestinal tract. The work may provide "an exciting alternative to diminish contamination of meat products and cross-contamination of produce crops because of cattle shedding this human pathogen," the scientists...
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Idaho Beef Council Announces New Beef Coordinator
Posted: Friday, May 14 2010
Recently the Idaho Beef Council made the commitment to fund a half-time coordinator of our Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program. The Animal and Veterinary Science Department will match this commitment with funding for the other half of the position so that we will now have a full-time person coordinating the various activities of the BQA program. Jackie Owens was recently selected from our current...
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Allen Hosts Geological Society and NASA Science Team Meeting
Posted: Monday, May 17 2010
Richard Allen, professor of water resources engineering, and Anthony Morse, former geospatial analysis section director at the Idaho Department of Water Resources, will co-host the summer meeting of the USGS/NASA Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) Science Team June 15-17 at the Owyhee Plaza Hotel in Boise. The Science Team is a group of 22 international researchers that uses data from the Land...
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Whitewater Park Launches New Future for Cascade, Deepens Community Engagement for University
Posted: Thursday, May 27 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – When a Cascade Whitewater Park on the Payette River opens next month, it signifies more than a new tourist attraction. It showcases what can happen when a community joins together and generates a unified vision. Between 1990 and 2000, Idaho was one of the five fastest-growing states in the U.S. While Cascade's population hadn't boomed like larger cities within the state, the histo...
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Wolf Receives 3rd Place Paper from Journal of Agricultural Education
Posted: Wednesday, June 2 2010
Prof. Kattlyn Wolf’s research paper titled “Winning the War: A Historical Analysis of the FFA During World War II” won the third place award for outstanding research paper from the Journal of Agricultural Education for Volume 50. A total of 43 research papers were published in the volume.
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Breastfeeding Research at the University of Idaho
Posted: Wednesday, June 2 2010
Idaho researchers in the College of Agricultural Sciences are looking for a few good women to participate in a Moscow-based study examining the link between maternal diet and infant nutrition. The study lasts seven weeks during the summer months, and participants will receive $120. Breastfeeding women are encouraged to call Prof. Mark McGuire's research lab for more information: (208) 885-6351.
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Kimberly R&E Center Forage Tour Aug. 12
Posted: Thursday, June 3 2010
University of Idaho Extension in partnership with the Mycogen Corp. will hold a forage field day Aug. 12 at the University of Idaho Kimberly Research and Extension Center. The program will focus on silage corn production and harvest and alfalfa production. Attendees may view variety trials for corn and alfalfa and other forage-related trials on the farm. Major forage harvester equipment dealers ar...
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Obesity Rising Among Youngest Americans
Posted: Friday, June 4 2010
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – As a nation, the U.S. is not only getting fatter, it’s getting fatter at an alarmingly early age. Overweight and obesity in children aged 0 to 5 years is rising for the first time in America’s history. Obesity among infants and children is such a new phenomenon that few studies have focused on this age group, said Laurel Branen, nutrition professor at University of Idaho Co...
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Landsat Satellite Science Advisors Gather in Boise June 15-17
Posted: Friday, June 4 2010
BOISE, Idaho – An international team of scientists and engineers advising federal officials on the next generation of earth resource satellites will gather in Boise in mid-June. Two Idaho-based members of the team, University of Idaho water resources engineer Rick Allen and Idaho Department of Water Resources retired administrator Anthony Morse, will play host to 20 colleagues on the international...
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Herbicide-resistant Weeds University of Idaho Tour Topic June 17
Posted: Friday, June 4 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Herbicide-resistant weeds and weed control trials will be the focus of the University of Idaho annual Weed Science Field Day June 17. Registration for the tour will be held from 7:15 to 7:45 a.m. at the University Inn Best Western in the convention center lobby at the west entrance. The tour will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude with a hosted lunch at the UI Parker Research Farm east o...
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Wet Spring Delays Kimberly, Aberdeen Weed Research Tours Until June 22, 23
Posted: Monday, June 7 2010
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – Even weeds are slow to grow in the cold, wet weather across Idaho this spring, says Don Morishita, University of Idaho professor of weed science and extension specialist at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center. Plants are growing so slowly that the annual Kimberly Weed Research tour will be delayed a week until June 22 as will a similar tour at Aberdeen June 23. ...
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Devadoss Receives Distinguished Scholar Award
Posted: Thursday, June 10 2010
Stephen Devadoss, professor of agricultural economics, received the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Western Agricultural Economics Association (WAEA). This award is the WAEA's highest honor, which recognizes Devadoss' enduring contributions over his career to agricultural economics and his excellence in research, undergraduate and graduate teaching, and graduate advising. The award will be pr...
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Bulgin to Retire after 33-year Veterinary Teaching, Research Career
Posted: Monday, June 21 2010
Written by Bill Loftus CALDWELL – Dr. Marie Bulgin will retire from the University of Idaho Caine Veterinary Teaching Center at Caldwell this month as a member of an increasingly rare breed: a large animal veterinarian. She has been with the University of Idaho 33 years, the last seven focused largely on her role as coordinator of Caine Center teaching programs for students i...
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Wolf and Connors Receive Author of the Year --3rd Place -- Award
Posted: Tuesday, June 29 2010
Department of Agricultural and Extension Education professors Kattlyn Wolf and Jim Connors received the third place Author of the Year Award at the 2010 American Association for Agricultural Education (AAAE) annual conference. Their research paper titled "Winning the War: A Historical Analysis of the FFA During World War II" was published in the Journal of Agricultural Education, Volume 50. Thei...
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July 7 Field Day Highlights University of Idaho Canola, Mustard Research
Posted: Friday, July 2 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Fields of gold brighten Northwest landscapes during spring and summer. A July 7 rapeseed, canola and mustard field day sponsored by the University of Idaho will explore the research, led by plant breeder Jack Brown, that produced the wealth of golden blooms cultivated by growers. The university's ninth field day devoted to oilseed crops will begin at 8 a.m. The free event wil...
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Kimberly Twilight Tour Highlights University of Idaho Ag Research
Posted: Wednesday, July 7 2010
Written by Bill Loftus KIMBERLY, Idaho – The University of Idaho's fourth biennial Twilight Tour on July 21 at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center will focus on agricultural research. The tour will offer research updates on crops including corn, beans, potatoes, sugar beets and alfalfa. Other researchers will discuss their work on irrigation, crop storage and other studies. The popular tou...
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Devadoss Advises and Bayham Receives AAEA Thesis Award
Posted: Monday, July 12 2010
Jude Bayham, a master's student in the Department of Agricultural Economics, received the Outstanding Thesis Award -- honorable mention -- from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). The award will be presented at the AAEA's annual meeting's award ceremony in Denver on July 26. Bayham completed his thesis, titled "A General Equilibrium Analysis of Biofuel Market Policies," un...
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University of Idaho Extension Wins Community Engagement Grant
Posted: Monday, July 26 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – The Northwest Area Foundation will continue its support for the Idaho Horizons program with a $200,000 grant to the University of Idaho and its partners to work with communities to build economic prosperity. Nearly 50 small towns across rural Idaho have participated in Horizons since the program began in 2003. Their successes are impressive. Local residents have created new busine...
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Summer 4-H Program Finishing at Farmway Village near Caldwell, Previews Programs in Bonners Ferry, Potlatch
Posted: Monday, August 9 2010
Written by Bill Loftus CALDWELL, Idaho –The first summer of a University of Idaho 4-H program that is helping Farmway Village children learn new skills wraps up this week. The Farmway Village program and two others in Potlatch and Bonners Ferry will resume next month as after school offerings in three Idaho communities. The efforts are funded by a five-year $660,000 USDA gran...
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Second Life Provides Unique Approach to Diabetes Education and Management
Posted: Monday, August 16 2010
Written by Bill Loftus COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho – SeAnne Safaii-Fabiano, a University of Idaho food and nutrition specialist at Coeur d'Alene, hopes the global blockbuster "Avatar" will help her quest to teach young people better diabetes management in a virtual world. "Avatar" the movie drew viewers into a virtual world and made them care about issues one step removed from reality. Safaii-Fabiano,...
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Wolf Receives Author Award
Posted: Tuesday, August 24 2010
Kattlyn Wolf, assistant professor in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, received the third place Author of the Year Award from the Journal of Agricultural Education. Dr. Wolf received the award for her historical research article titled “Winning the War: A Historical Analysis of the FFA During World War II.” Wolf received the award at the 2010 American Association for Agricu...
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University Communication on Arboretum and Botanical Garden
Posted: Tuesday, August 24 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho - Late last week, President Duane Nellis met with leadership from the Arboretum and Botanical Garden for a discussion on fiscal stewardship issues. This is the text of the memo conveyed today to Arboretum leadership as a follow-up to that meeting: “I appreciated the opportunity to meet with you last week and discuss what we all acknowledge is important to the University of Idaho: th...
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New Website Pulls Together Data Used To Monitor Health of Northwest Communities
Posted: Monday, August 30 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho –The new Indicators Northwest website provides the most up-to-date social and economic data for states, counties, Native American reservations, and tribes for Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. The University of Idaho, with support from the Community Action Partnership headquartered in Lewiston, developed the new website. It provides a publicly available tool to help citizens an...
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Extension offers Small Farm and Ranch Programs in the Treasure Valley this Fall
Posted: Wednesday, September 1 2010
CALDWELL: Idaho -- Small- and mid-sized family farms have unique advantages: they can adapt quickly to new markets and they can meet the heightened demand for local and sustainably raised food. But how do those who are either new to farming—or new to sustainable farming—identify and use these advantages? University of Idaho Extension will offering three programs to help participants find those a...
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Extension Faculty Receive Awards
Posted: Friday, September 3 2010
University of Idaho Extension faculty were recognized at a ceremony held during the 7th Natural Resource Extension Professionals Conference in late June at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Gold Awards for Career Leadership Gold, Strengthening Forest Stewardship Skills: Yvonne C. Barkley, Randy Brooks, Ronald L. Mahoney and Chris Schnepf Silver Award for Promotional Materials, Washington-Idah...
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What’s in Your Water?
Posted: Friday, September 3 2010
University of Idaho Extension to Offer Master Water Steward Training COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – University of Idaho Extension and University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene are partnering to offer training in water quality monitoring to citizens across northern Idaho. Those interested in becoming Master Water Stewards are urged to attend an informational meeting Wednesday, Sept. 15, 6:30 ...
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KROC Center Forums Teach North Idaho Families How to Eat Better, On a Budget
Posted: Monday, September 13 2010
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – As obesity rates skyrocket for both adults and children in the U.S., University of Idaho and the Coeur d’Alene Kroc Center are partnering to offer sensible, affordable approaches to feeding the American family a healthier diet. Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 21, University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene dietetics professor SeAnne Safaii-Fabiano, registered and licensed dietitian and nutr...
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Fallahi Elected Vice President of the American Society for Horticultural Science
Posted: Friday, September 24 2010
Esmaeil "Essie" Fallahi, professor and director of the pomology program in the Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences, has been elected vice president of the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS). The society’s entire membership cast ballots for the highly competitive position. Fallahi will serve in this position for three years and will oversee several of the society’s i...
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Students to Learn About Poverty Through 'Tyranny of the Moment'
Posted: Wednesday, September 29 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho students will learn about issues that afflict those in poverty through a two-day campus exercise Oct. 1–2. Bridges Out of Poverty, a student-focused discussion of poverty programs, will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 1, in the Idaho Commons Clearwater-Whitewater rooms. The discussion will be open to all students. A three-hour poverty ...
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Ag Student Groups Operate Corn Maze at Lewiston Roundup
Posted: Friday, October 8 2010
Written by Bill Loftus LEWISTON, Idaho – The Clearwater Corn Maze in Lewiston opens Friday, Oct. 8, at 6 p.m., but it has already exceeded expectations. The nearly 11-acre cornfield next to the Lewiston Roundup Grounds at 2100 Tammany Creek Road stands 10 to 12 feet tall. "We thought this variety would grow 8 or 9 feet," said Lewiston farmer Phil Kaufman, who grew the corn. The maze will opera...
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University of Idaho Research Leader Gains Seat on Congressional U.S.D.A. Advisory Board
Posted: Wednesday, November 3 2010
Written by Sue McMurray   MOSCOW, Idaho – Steven Daley-Laursen, senior executive to the University of Idaho’s vice president for research and economic development and professor in the College of Natural Resources’ Department of Forest Ecology and Biogeosciences, has been appointed by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture to a three-year term on the National Agricultural Research...
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Clearwater Corn Maze Exceeds Expectations in 2010
Posted: Tuesday, November 9 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – More than 10,000 visitors flocked to the Clearwater Corn Maze at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds during four weeks in October, generating a success for student clubs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. John Foltz, the college's associate dean for academic programs, said some 175 University of Idaho students donated more than 1,250 hours to growing...
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Innovations Awards Honor University of Idaho Plant Scientists
Posted: Friday, November 12 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho plant breeder Jack Brown is known internationally for his work with canola, mustard and rapeseed, all oilseeds that produce an impressive range of products with edible and industrial uses. Brown and two fellow College of Agricultural and Life Sciences scientists, potato agronomist Jeff Stark and wheat breeder Robert Zemetra, joined rese...
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Innovations Awards Honor University of Idaho Plant Scientists
Posted: Friday, November 12 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho plant breeder Jack Brown is known internationally for his work with canola, mustard and rapeseed, all oilseeds that produce an impressive range of products with edible and industrial uses. Brown and two fellow College of Agricultural and Life Sciences scientists, potato agronomist Jeff Stark and wheat breeder Robert Zemetra, joined resear...
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Devadoss Wins National Teaching Award
Posted: Wednesday, December 1 2010
Dr. Stephen Devadoss, Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics, received the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award for the western region. This award honors the excellence in teaching of faculty members who practice and advocate effective and innovative teaching in food and agricultural sciences. This prestigious award ...
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Report Details Idaho's Hispanic Labor Force and Economic Status
Posted: Friday, December 3 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – The recent recession doubled the unemployment rate for Idaho's Hispanic workers to 15 percent in 2009 from 7 percent in 2007, according to a report prepared by the University of Idaho in partnership with the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs. The November report on Hispanics in the state’s labor force and economy is part of the university’s "Idaho at a Gl...
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Idaho's Devadoss Honored with Top Regional Teaching Award
Posted: Friday, December 3 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho agricultural economist Stephen Devadoss spends a considerable amount of time helping his students. His students respond with notable work and give him high marks for his efforts in the classroom. The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities honored Devadoss with its West Regional Teaching Award while meeting in Dallas in November...
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Bannock County Master Gardener Program
Posted: Thursday, December 9 2010
University of Idaho Bannock County Extension will be starting enrollment for the 2011 Master Gardener class. Those interested may stop by the Extension office to pick up an enrollment form. Class size is limited to 25. The fee for the class is $80 and includes the Master Gardener Handbook and CD. Classes will run from Jan. 26 through April 27 from 1 to 4 pm Wednesdays. More information on this exc...
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Bannock County Strong Women Stay Young
Posted: Thursday, December 9 2010
Bannock County Extension will be offering Strong Women Stay Young, a six-week exercise program for middle-aged and older women. Classes will begin Jan. 4. The class will be held from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday for six weeks. Registration fees are $15. The series will be led by Audrey C. Liddil, MS. The Strong Women Stay Young Program was developed by Miriam Nelson, an associate...
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2011 Potato Conference Focuses on Production Topics, PVY Management
Posted: Thursday, December 9 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Potato Virus Y, better known simply as PVY, worried potato producers when researchers first saw new strains appear in recent years that damaged tubers with little apparent injury to the plants' leaves. This year's University of Idaho Extension Potato Conference Jan. 19-20 at Pocatello will include a PVY symposium that will help growers learn how to better manage this virus. Confer...
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Extension's Bischoff and Healy win national Outstanding Educational Program Award
Posted: Thursday, December 16 2010
Marilyn Bischoff and Beverly Healy, University of Idaho Extension Family and Consumer Sciences professors, received the Outstanding Educational Program Award from the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. The national award recognized the "Legally Secure Your Financial Future: Organize, Communicate, Prepare" curriculum available to practitioners at http://www.cals.uidaho.ed...
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Idaho Ag Economist Joins Panel Advising USDA Statistics Service
Posted: Monday, December 20 2010
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – John Foltz, associate dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Idaho, has been appointed to the USDA advisory committee on agricultural statistics. Foltz will join the 20-member advisory committee at its next meeting in February in Washington, D.C. The committee advises the Secretary of Agriculture and National Agricultur...
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Good as GOLD: Idaho Alumni in Ada County Help Feed Children in Need
Posted: Wednesday, January 5 2011
Written by Donna Emert BOISE, Idaho – The University of Idaho Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) alumni group is working weekly with the Idaho Foodbank to fill backpacks with donated food items to be distributed to children in need on Friday afternoons. The Backpack Program was initiated by inner-city teachers and school nurses, who noticed that some kids chronically suffered from stomach ache...
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Family and Consumer Sciences | Child Development and Family Relations | Family Life | University of Idaho Boise | Alumni | News Release | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Ada County
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Milk, Livestock Lead Idaho Agriculture to Projected 12 Percent Gain for 2010
Posted: Thursday, January 6 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – Rebounding milk prices helped Idaho agriculture post a 12 percent gain in projected cash receipts for 2010 that totaled over $5.78 billion, according to an annual report by University of Idaho agricultural economists. The report showed that projected net farm income grew 55 percent to $1.44 billion and repaired much of the damage from a 49 percent drop in 20...
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Milk, Livestock Lead Idaho Agriculture to Projected 12 Percent Gain for 2010
Posted: Friday, January 7 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – Rebounding milk prices helped Idaho agriculture post a 12 percent gain in projected cash receipts for 2010 that totaled over $5.78 billion, according to an annual report by University of Idaho agricultural economists. The report showed that projected net farm income grew 55 percent to $1.44 billion and repaired much of the damage from a 49 percent drop in ...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology | Garth Taylor | Paul Patterson | Agricultural Economics | News Release
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Idaho Victory Garden Series Prepares Families to Grow Fresh Food
Posted: Friday, January 7 2011
The National Gardening Association estimates that a 25-by-25-foot home vegetable garden can produce an average of $400-$600 of produce each season. And for those short on space, even the tiniest yard or patio can yield bountiful harvests with a little planning and preparation. Want to grow a garden with your family this year but have doubts including: Don’t think you have a gr...
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Strong Women Stay Young Program
Posted: Monday, January 10 2011
Staying physically active and being properly nourished is one of the most important things we can do to stay healthy for life. The goal of the Strong Women Stay Young program is to implement a safe and effective strength training program for women of all ages, so that they can become stronger, feel better, and maintain their independence throughout life.
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World's Largest Science Society Honors Idaho Microbiologist Carolyn Hovde Bohach
Posted: Tuesday, January 11 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho microbiologist Carolyn Hovde Bohach was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Tuesday for her work with E. coli bacteria and a statewide biomedical research network. A College of Agricultural and Life Sciences faculty member since 1990, Bohach studies the lethal enterohemorrhagic bacteria Escherichia c...
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World's Largest Science Society Honors Idaho Microbiologist Carolyn Hovde Bohach
Posted: Tuesday, January 11 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho microbiologist Carolyn Hovde Bohach was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Tuesday for her work with E. coli bacteria and a statewide biomedical research network. A College of Agricultural and Life Sciences faculty member since 1990, Bohach studies the lethal enterohemorrhagic b...
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Artisan Bread Class Planned at Twin Falls
Posted: Wednesday, January 12 2011
Learn to make whole grain breads from stored high-moisture dough during a two-hour evening class Feb. 15 at the University of Idaho Twin Falls County Extension office at 246 Third Ave. East in Twin Falls. Participants will bring a 5- or 6-quart covered container to class for mixing dough. The class will run from 7 - 9 p.m. and registration will cost $8. The class has limited openings, so register ...
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Veiling Highlights Topic of February Exhibit, Lecture and Panel at U-Idaho
Posted: Wednesday, January 19 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – Veiling: Is it a fashion statement? A cultural or political declaration? A health or safety issue? For women and men? Or all of the above? In a series of events Feb. 7-8 at the University of Idaho, area women will discuss the practice, history and future of veiling. “Veils may be a means of concealment, but they are inherently visual as well,” author and cultural journalist Jennif...
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University of Idaho Extension Program Can Transform Magic Valley Residents Into Master Composters and Recyclers
Posted: Thursday, January 20 2011
JEROME, Idaho – Students, teachers, professionals and others interested in careers or helping their own communities become more sustainable are invited to become master composters and recyclers through a University of Idaho Extension program in Jerome. Registration for the seven-week program is open through Jan. 28. Weekly class sessions will be held Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 2 to M...
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New Zealand Mud Snail HACCP Training for Fish Hatcheries
Posted: Wednesday, January 26 2011
The potential exists for aquatic nuisance species, such as New Zealand mud snails, to spread to uninfested waters through the transport of fish. A free training is planned Feb. 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the University of Idaho Hagerman Fish Culture Experiment Station to help workers at public and private fish hatcheries that transport fish outside of the known established distribution of New Zealand ...
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Early Release Mondays and No School Day Project Camps
Posted: Friday, January 28 2011
Bannock County Extension will be having early-out Mondays and no-school-day project camps starting Feb. 7. Project camps are for children ages 8-18, 3rd graders or Cloverbuds. Early-out Mondays start at 2:30 p.m. and run till 4:30 p.m. There will be three classes per event, for a total of six hours of class time. This will enable the children to present their projects at the Bannock County Fair, ...
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Food Safety Advisory Classes at Ada County Extension
Posted: Monday, January 31 2011
The cost is $135 per person. For more information call (208) 287-5900 or visit extension.ag.uidaho.edu/ada . The classes will be held on Thursdays, April 14 through May 26 at the Ada County Extension Office, 5880 Glenwood St., Boise, Idaho.
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Recipe for Success: $20 Million Grant Supports Collaborative Climate Research
Posted: Friday, February 18 2011
Feb. 18, 2011 MOSCOW, Idaho – Thanks to a major investment announced today by the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, the University of Idaho will lead research to better understand and plan for a changing climate in the Pacific Northwest. The five-year, $20 million USDA award will fund the work of a research team led by University of Idaho entomologist Sanford...
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New Hispanics and Education Report Shows Need for Accountability
Posted: Thursday, February 24 2011
Written by Bill Loftus BOISE, Idaho – Hispanics are the fastest growing demographic group in Idaho's education system and in its workforce, a datapoint that highlights the importance of educational policies and programs that take diversity into account. “Most of the growth in our student population is coming from Hispanics,” said Priscilla Salant, University of Idaho outreach and engagement coord...
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March 8 Seminar Focuses on Refugees in Idaho, Agricultural Internships
Posted: Monday, February 28 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho's refugees from around the world will be the focus of a seminar March 8 on the University of Idaho campus at Moscow and new agricultural internship opportunities. The program, " Refugees: Who Are They, Where Do They Come From," will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the Idaho Commons Whitewater Room. It will focus on the Idaho Office for Refugees and its Boise-based Global Garde...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | University of Idaho Boise | Multicultural | Dean of Students
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Southern Idaho District III Idaho Horsemanship Award
Posted: Tuesday, March 1 2011
4-H'ers who want to participate in the Southern Idaho District III Idaho Horsemanship Award may sign up at county offices by June 12. The written test will be scheduled the week of June 20 and those interested should contact their county offices. Oral presentations will be held Sept. 10. The performance phase will be Sept. 23 at the Filer Fairgrounds.
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Southern Idaho District Skill-a-thon Contests
Posted: Wednesday, March 2 2011
A Beef Skill-a-thon Contest is planned April 23 at Shoshone in Lincoln County to practice and demonstrate knowledge of large animal production and gain understanding of animal industry practices. To become better livestock producers.
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Southern Idaho District Skill-a-thon Contests
Posted: Wednesday, March 2 2011
A Sheep Skill-a-thon Contest is planned June 7 at Shoshone to practice and demonstrate knowledge of large animal production and gain understanding of animal industry practices. Participants will become better livestock producers.
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Southern Idaho District Skill-a-thon Contests
Posted: Wednesday, March 2 2011
A Beef Skill-a-thon Contest is planned April 23 in Shoshone to practice and demonstrate knowledge of large animal production and gain understanding of animal industry practices. Participants will become better livestock producers.
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Southern Idaho District Skill-a-thon Contests
Posted: Wednesday, March 2 2011
A Swine Skill-a-thon Contest is planned at the Gooding County Fairgrounds June 10 to practice and demonstrate knowledge of large animal production and gain understanding of animal industry practices. Participants will become better livestock producers.
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Southern Idaho District Skill-a-thon Contests
Posted: Wednesday, March 2 2011
A Sheep Skill-a-thon Contest is planned July 30 at Twin Falls to practice and demonstrate knowledge of large animal production and gain understanding of animal industry practices. Geared to youths ages 8 to 18 and adults, participants will become better livestock producers.
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Water Stewardship Training to be Offered in Northern Idaho
Posted: Friday, March 4 2011
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Due to growing public interest in measuring and maintaining water quality throughout northern Idaho, three workshops teaching water quality monitoring skills and best practices will be offered through University of Idaho Extension this spring. Completion of the training results in certification as Master Water Stewards. Cost is $25 per participant. Workshops providing trai...
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Explore Edible Landscaping with University of Idaho Extension Educator Ariel Agenbroad
Posted: Friday, March 4 2011
University of Idaho Extension Educator Ariel Agenbroad will present "The edible yard: practical tips for getting more food into (and out of) your existing landscape" on March 8 at the Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge in Nampa, Idaho. The lecture is part of the "Wild About Life" series. Attendees will explore creative ideas for incorporating edible plants into new and existing Treasure Valley landscapes....
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From Cantaloupe Contamination to Methane Rain: Engineering Students Address the Myriad Challenges of the Home Planet at EXPO 2011
Posted: Thursday, March 24 2011
March 24, 2011 By Donna Emert MOSCOW, Idaho – Student engineering innovations will be presented at the 2011 University of Idaho Engineering Design EXPO Friday, April 29, in the Student Union Building on the University campus in Moscow. At the 2011 EXPO, students will address a wide variety of engineering challenges. Some projects are close to home, like devising a more effective method for cle...
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University of Idaho Team Excels in National, Regional Dairy Competitions
Posted: Wednesday, April 6 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho –– University of Idaho dairy students brought home reserve platinum awards from the 10th North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge held in Hickory, N.C., March 31-April 2. During the event's history, more than 3,000 college students from across the U.S. and Canada country participated in the innovative dairy educational program. North Carolina State Univ...
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Fifth Annual Southern Idaho Livestock Judging Camp July 6-8
Posted: Tuesday, April 19 2011
June 1 is the due date for registration and scholarship applications for the fifth annual Southern Idaho Livestock Judging Camp planned July 6-8 on the College of Southern Idaho campus in Twin Falls. Judging coaches and teams from College of Southern Idaho, California State University, Chico and University of Idaho Extension will help youth build their skills presenting oral reasons skills, anima...
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USDA Grant Supports Research Team’s Focus on Sustainable Practices for Livestock
Posted: Wednesday, April 27 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – Researchers at the University of Idaho will focus their efforts on how to develop a sustainable livestock food system in the Pacific Northwest thanks to funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “The University of Idaho’s research enterprise is strengthened through the support of interdisciplinary grants such as this,” said Jack McIver, vice president for research and econo...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Natural Resources | Business & Economics | John McIver | Dev Shrestha | Tracie Lee | Steven Peterson | Nick Sanyal | Bioregional Planning | Research | News Release | Sustainability | Northern Idaho | Funding | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Eastern Washington
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CALS Honors Outstanding Students, Faculty and Staff
Posted: Wednesday, April 27 2011
Written by Bill Loftus MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences honored its outstanding students, faculty and staff Monday, April 25, at its annual banquet at Moscow. The college's outstanding students included: CALS Outstanding Freshman – Amanda Wilder, a food science major from Meridian, Idaho. CALS Outstanding Sophomore – Sarah Polkinghorne, ...
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National Ag Week Activities Win Kudos for Extension Educators
Posted: Monday, May 2 2011
Extension Educators Shannon Williams, Katie Hoffman, Sarah Baker and Chad Cheyney won the regional award and were national finalists for the Agricultural Awareness and Appreciation award sponsored by the National Association of County Agricultural Agents. Although the educators' three counties, Butte, Lemhi and Custer, are considered rural with a combined population of 14,912, agriculture is not t...
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Plant and Soil Science Club Plans Plant Sale May 5 & 6
Posted: Tuesday, May 3 2011
The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Plant and Soil Science Club will brighten the University of Idaho campus May 5 and 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with its annual Bedding Plant Sale at the Sixth Street Greenhouse. Plants grown by club members for the sale include gazania, impatiens, salvia, calibrachoa, fuchia, New Guinea impatiens, geraniums, petunias, agelonia, heliotrope, lantana and bac...
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A Long and Winding Road to Commencement
Posted: Wednesday, May 4 2011
With more than 30 years invested in higher education between them, two local Head Start leaders earn their bachelor’s degrees from University of Idaho this May By Donna Emert COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – In a perfect world, students finish four-year degrees in four years or less. But the real world is a much more demanding, heart rending, complicated place. It is a place where, arguably, an educatio...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Family and Consumer Sciences | Child Development and Family Relations | Family and Consumer Sciences | Coeur d' Alene | News Release | LouRinda Buttrey | Northern Idaho | coeur d alene
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