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Farms in five counties with a high rate of COVID-19 cases were allowed Monday to offer more tourist activities as Washington's governor relaxed restrictions on... [Read More]
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The Diamond M Ranch has moved to defend itself against allegations that it's to blame for wolves mauling and killing its cattle for more than... [Read More]
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The Trump administration has announced it will provide up to $14 billion in additional farm aid for producers through the federal Coronavirus Food Assistance Program. [Read More]
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An environmentalist lawsuit alleges that grazing should stop in Washington's Colville National Forest until the U.S. Forest Service re-analyzes its environmental impacts. [Read More]
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Earlier-starting season shows impact. Additional units to open for wolf trapping. [Read More]
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Wildfires have raged through much of Oregon, Washington, California and Idaho this year. The fires have burned millions of acres and forced thousands of people... [Read More]
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A signature-gathering campaign is underway that would allow Oregonians to donate all or part of their tax returns to volunteer firefighting groups across the state. [Read More]
The state may adopt emergency rules, but may not have them in place "before the smoke is gone," he said. [Read More]
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One winery was destroyed by the massive wildfires that are scorching the West Coast and covering the region in a thick blanket of smoke. Winegrowers... [Read More]
Pacific Northwest pear growers near the end of another harvest hopeful a moderate-size crop will bring good prices. [Read More]
COVID-19 affected the market substantially. Shutdowns of restaurants and cruise lines initially eliminated more than half the market for U.S. lamb meat. [Read More]
In the midst of the devastation of the blacken hillside pastures from the Archie Creek Fire, there was a positive rescue story. [Read More]
A $3 million gift will establish an endowed chair in plant pathology at Washington State University. [Read More]
A La Nina has formed and is expected to make winter in Washington and the Idaho panhandle wetter and colder than average, the federal Climate... [Read More]
Uncertainties about shipping in-shell hazelnuts to China, their primary destination, has caused their initial minimum price to diverge from that of the kernel crop, which... [Read More]
Even while the Archie Creek Fire continued to burn through pasture and timber, help arrived for displaced livestock. [Read More]
Washington Fish and Wildlife officially called off Thursday its effort to lethally remove wolves that attacked at least 13 calves on private land in Stevens... [Read More]
Apples that Gov. Jay Inslee picked in Olympia and dropped off in three Eastern Washington towns were apparently infested with apple maggots, a pest considered... [Read More]
In a time when some ranchers struggle to come up with a family succession plan for their operation, Mike Hanley considered himself lucky. [Read More]
A new test method that detects a gene-edited canola cultivar has raised the possibility that other crops developed through similar techniques can also be identified.The... [Read More]
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