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Fruit Grower ReportThe Hard Cider craze has led to a similar drink made from pears, and WSU fermentation expert Bri Ewing talks about Perry and her classes.
Fruit Grower ReportThe latest craze in craft adult beverages is Perry ... made from pears!
Fruit Grower ReportLike apples to Cider, pears are to Perry and new adult beverage that's catching on.
Fruit Grower ReportHard cider's cousin, perry is growing in popularity with pear lovers.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportJNK Llama Farm in Bellingham hosting free Llama and Alpaca Information Day where the sole focus is education and helping people learn how to take care of their animals.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Veterans On the Farm program helps veterans get back in touch with the earth.
Fruit Grower ReportWSTFA has some important classes for members of the tree fruit industry.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center offers a unique blend of wine tasting, agriculture history telling, and exhibits.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAttendees at this year's Shepherd's Extravaganza will get to see the ancient art of waulking wool.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportState purchases 50,272 acres of timber and grazing land in the Teanaway region, and Fiber Fusion Northwest to take place in Monroe October 19 - 20th.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportEvery year the Shepherds' Extravaganza showcases local and national sheep breeders, wool growers and craft vendors.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportStudents at Wine Country Culinary Institute work with local growers and community members.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington wheat harvest has average to above average yields.
Fruit Grower ReportWith harvest time rapidly coming to an end it is time to consider brushing up on some other skills.
Fruit Grower ReportWinemaking is becoming a hot commodity here in the northwest and to prove it you need look no further than your local universities who have waiting lists for classes.