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Washington State University

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
Farm-to-School, 2004
Bio-Intensive Forage Production, 2004-7
On-Farm Food Fermentation, 2008
Biodynamics Short Course, 2008-9