Since 2008 The Washington State Department of Transportation has funded research by faculty and students from the Department of Biological Sciences at Central Washington University in conducting ground-breaking research that is essential both to the expansion of Interstate-90 on Snoqualmie Pass and preservation of critical wildlife habitat and biodiversity.
See also: High Country News "The Biggest Wildlife Crossing You've Never Heard Of" by Christi Turner. May 2, 2014
Guided Nature Walk: Mushrooming at McCabeSunday, October 9, 3 - 4 pm (please note time change$250K Grant Allows Students To Study Rare Species In A Unique Tropical Dry Forest
Professors Daniel Beck and Gabrielle Stryker, from CWU’s Department of Biological Sciences, recenCWU Biology Professor Awarded $285,000 To Study Environmental Effects On Food Crop
How will climate change affect the production of essential food crops? Food security depends on pro