The WSU-Mount Vernon Research Center is located in the Skagit Valley of northwestern Washington. This region is well known for its scenic beauty, the Cascade Mountain Range, and Puget Sound. The center’s mission is to serve the agricultural, horticultural, and natural resource science interests of the state through research and extension activities that are enhanced by the unique conditions of northwestern Washington: a mild marine climate, diverse small and mid-sized farming enterprises and close rural-urban interface.
Notice of Vacancy (NOV)
School of Food Science
Mount Vernon Research & Extension Center
WSU - Food and Fermentation Specialist, Clinical Assistant Professor
Washington State University (WSU) is seeking a Food and Fermentation Expert to teach the popular and successful Cider School Program and to be a core faculty member in the delivery of the WSU undergraduate Ag & Food System Degree Program through the new campus in Everett, Washington. The Cider School provides education on principles and processes of cider and perry making, training in the practical skills of cider making, understanding of the business of cider making, and mastery of quality assurance and quality control in cider production. Details...
WSU Mount Vernon Research Helps Growers
- WSU Mt. Vernon Newsletter, Spring 2016
- WSU Mount Vernon Newsletter, Summer 2015
- Semi - Annual Faculty Report January 1 to June 30, 2015
- Crop Tunnels and Plastic Mulch
- PNW Vegetable Extension
- Spotted Wing Drosophila
- Tree Fruits and Alternative Fruits for Western WA