Nov 26, 2018
Washington Red Raspberry Commission supports WSU

Washington State University is celebrating Washington’s red raspberry growers and processors, represented by the Washington Red Raspberry Commission, for their investment of $1.5 million dollars to create the Endowed Chair in Raspberry Industry Development.

Approximately 95 percent of the nation’s red raspberry crop is produced in Washington state. WSU’s new Endowed Chair in Raspberry Industry Development will advance cutting-edge technology and research to benefit Washington’s raspberry industry.

Presenting the gift on behalf of the Washington Red Raspberry Commission are Adam and Julie Enfield, raspberry growers and WSU Alumni from Lynden, Wash. They are joined by WSU President Kirk Schulz, Lisa Calvert, Vice President of Advancement, André-Denis Wright, Dean of CAHNRS, and Chad Kruger, Director of the WSU Northwest Washington Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon.Approximately 95 percent of the nation’s red raspberry crop is produced in Washington state. WSU’s new Endowed Chair in Raspberry Industry Development will advance cutting-edge technology and research to benefit Washington’s raspberry industry.





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