WSU appetite specialists Bob and Sue Ritter visit the Black Cypress in Pullman
Photography by Zach Mazur
Read the article “First We Eat”
Photographs by Bill Wagner
Read the article “A New Land”
A unique look at the interplay between wild North American bees, European bees, and Washington farmers.
Photographer Zach Mazur ’06 highlights the apian stars of Southeast Washington’s thriving alfalfa seed industry. The spare yet stunning landscape is home to millions of native alkali bees which, together with leafcutter bees, make Walla Walla County one of the nation’s top producers.
Read more about wild bees and pollinators in “Plan Bee.”