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Publications and Resources

Salt marsh, Jefferson County, WA

Salt marsh, Jefferson County, WA

 

WSU Extension provides research-based publications and websites that offer practical guidance for water conservation and protecting water quality in your home, yard, garden and farm. Click on the links below to find the resources you need on the following topics:

 

 

Water Quality

Pollution prevention for the home and farm, livestock and manure management, and oil spill hotlines.

Drought, Conservation, and Irrigation

Drought resources,irrigation techniques for home and farm, drought tolerant plants, dryland farming, mulching.

Landscaping

Palouse Falls, Whitman County, WA

Palouse Falls, Whitman County, WA

Planting tips, native plants, soil amendments, restoration.

Low Impact Development and Rain Gardens

Stormwater impacts and management.

Noxious Weeds

Management of invasive weeds on shorelines, wetlands and streams.

Marine Shorelines

Visiting and living on the shore; shellfish harvesting.

Climate Change

Climate change facts and information.

Watershed Stewardship

Stream, wetland and forest stewardship.

From recent conferences

Papers, proceedings and videos from recent conferences.

 

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Find what you need on other topics at WSU Extension Publications. Categories include agriculture; energy, economic development, gardening, natural resources and more. Many publications are available to download for free.

 

 

 

 

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