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  • We are hiring!

    WCR News

    Date: 1.30.19
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    WCR is hiring a Country Agronomist for Kenya

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  • Get to know Solene Pruvot-Woehl

    WCR News

    Date: 1.23.19
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    As someone who grew up on a vineyard, working in agriculture always felt inevitable for Solene Pruvot-Woehl. After completing formal training in agronomy and getting her masters at ISARA-LYON, Pruvot-Woehl worked as an agricultural advisor in Columbia, and then started working with RD2Vision. Now she’s the project leader of the International Multilocation Variety Program, one of WCR’s core projects. The key aim of the project is to facilitate the global exchange of the world’s best coffee varieties.

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  • Tim

    In preparation for their next hashtag#CropsInColor trip to explore the role coffee plays in people’s lives, Crop Trust reached out to Dr. Tim Schilling, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of World Coffee Research (WCR), for a quick interview.

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  • We are hiring!

    WCR News

    Date: 1.7.19
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    World Coffee Research is hiring Database Manager for Agronomic Research based in Europe.

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  • Maureen and Baluku
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    Mr. Baluku is one of the many smallholder farmers who works with Great Lakes Coffee, a green coffee sourcing, milling, and exporting company in Uganda.

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    Mr. Raphael Baluku has been getting a lot of questions about his coffee trees recently. In November 2018, the 54-year-old farmer—in Maliba subcounty, Kasese District of western Uganda—collaborated with World Coffee Research on the installation of an on-farm technology trial (OFTT) plot at his farm.

    Located on a part of Mr. Baluku’s 0.219 ha coffee farm, the OFTT features the farmer's current variety, SL14, and two new varieties—SL28 and Batian—and improved agronomy treatments. Because Mr. Balu...

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