Samantha Crow, Program Specialist 2, provides administrative support for research and extension programs, the WSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems, and the Lind Dryland Research Station. She is responsible for preparing materials for publications, organizing the annual Lind Field Day, and editing the annual Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Dryland Field Day Abstracts. Samantha manages the budgets for research grants, purchases supplies, maintains multiple web sites, and conducts a myriad of other duties to keep projects flowing smoothly.
Steven Jaurezis the Utility Worker of the Lind Station. Steven serves as the maintenance person for all building, ground, road, and equipment issues at the Station. He also reads and reports the weather to the National Weather Service daily.
Bruce Saueris Farm Manager of the Lind Station. Bruce works closely with several scientists and technicians to establish and maintain experiment plots. He is responsible for conducting field operations, maintenance and repair of equipment, and supervision of all day-to-day activities at the Station. Bruce holds a B.S. degree in horticulture from the University of Idaho.
Steve Schofstoll is an Agricultural Research Technologist 2 in the research program. He regularly monitors soil water dynamics in field experiments using neutron attenuation and gravimetric methods, obtains numerous field and laboratory measurements, and conducts a wide range of other duties. Steve is responsible for statistical analysis of data and constructing figures and tables for presentations and publications. He holds a B.S. in agronomy from Washington State University.
Dr. Surendra Singh is the director of the Lind Station and a crop and soil scientist in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences.
Dr. Shikha Singh is a soil scientist in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences. Her research interests include soil carbon and greenhouse gas emissions, soil nutrient management and soil health, water quality management and water use efficiency, soil biogeochemistry and ecology, and agroecosystem sustainability.