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New Washington ag director appointed

May 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Next month Washington State will have a new director of agriculture. Derek Sandison was appointed on May 21 by Governor Jay Inslee to take over for outgoing director Bud Hover  in the middle of June.

Listen to an October 2013 story where Sandison talks about the importance of the Manastash water project with Washington Ag Today.

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WSU team taking on cherry disease

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