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Science in Our Valley seminars run every Wednesday starting September 28 and ending November 16. All events are free and open to the public at the WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center (1100 N Western Ave, Wenatchee) from 4pm to 5pm. Prior registration is not required to attend these events.

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Empowering Women in Ag: Lessons from Abroad

Presented by Dr. Mustafa Ojonuba Jibrin (Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Washington State University Tree Fruit Extension Center)

Women are integral part of the food production landscape. They are farmers, researchers, marketers, etc. In this seminar, practical on-field efforts to improve the productivity of women farmers is highlighted. Using a project conducted in Nigeria to improve women farmers access to labor as template, lessons are drawn that could be practically applicable to Ag in the Wenatchee Valley and beyond.

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The seminar presentations are intended for a ‘science-based’ audience, including researchers, postdoctoral scientists, teachers, graduate students, undergraduate scientists, and science enthusiasts.

K-12 educators are also encouraged to attend the seminar series to learn about local career connections and research efforts that they can bring back to their students. Clock hours are available through the North Central Educational Service District for attending the series.

Date & Time

Wednesday, November 9
4:00pm – 5:00pm


WSU Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center
1100 N Western Ave, Wenatchee, WA 98801

Registration Price


Clock Hours

1 Clock Hours Available for Purchase

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