Crop art appears for second year
August 6, 2020
PULLMAN – Crop artist Stan Herd of Lawrence, Kansas, has created a mural on a hillside wheat field near Pullman for the second year.
At the intersection of I-270 and I-195 on the Jack Fulfs family farmland, the mural covers two acres, extending 400 feet by 340-feet wide, produced by a 10-person crew over 10 days. The image is cut out of wheat stubble, with addition of extra straw, cedar bark, composted soil and alfalfa hay to represent several colors.
Jack Fulfs is a third-generation Pullman landowner and WSU alumnus.
Without Herd on the ground every day, the crop art would not be possib...