Photo by Tyler L. Fryberger II Farmers gather to examine different varieties of wheat in the test plots at the WSU Lind Dryland Rearch Station.
LIND - For 100 years, the Washington State University Lind Dryland Research Station has provided support for farmers working the driest land in the state. The station was founded in 1915 when Adams County Commissioners deeded 320 acres to WSU. The station receives, on average, 9.55 inches of rainfall each year, the lowest among all state and federal dryland research stations nationwide. Thursday, July 2, 2015
LIND - Each year, for 28 years, the Lind Lions Club has organized the Lind Combine Demolition Derby. Originally started as an intermission event for the Lind Rodeo, the event has grown to be a two-day extravaganza of races, crashes, dirt and good times in the little town of Lind. Thursday, July 2, 2015