In 1999, Henning Sehmsdorf was appointed adjunct professor at the Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources at WSU in support of the farm internship program and to facilitate collaborative on-farm research projects involving WSU faculty and extension.
In 2005, S&S Center for Sustainable Agriculture was named a WSU Demonstration Farm, the first in the state of Washington, and in 2008 the farm was named a WSU BIOAg Learning Site.
Grant-based research projects, courses and workshops supported by WSU faculty and extension include :
Small-Scale Grain Raising, 2002
Bio-Intensive Forage Production, 2004-7
On-Farm Food Fermentation, 2008
Biodynamics Short Course, 2008-9