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Washington irrigators alter drought project
Manual labor replaced the idea of pumps to get more water from wilderness lakes for Wenatchee...
Dairy expansion proposals stir controversy
WDFW hires wolf consultant, who closes another meeting
Fresno State drought study seeks consensus on water use


Haggen sues Albertsons for $1 billion over grocery deal
Tuesday’s lawsuit comes after Albertsons sued Haggen in July for fraud for failing to pay...
Washington and Oregon defend EPA’s new water rule
Bank claims ownership of radish seeds in cover crop dispute
Injunction against federal water rule may expand

Ag Sectors

Australian sheep yields 30 sweaters worth of fleece
Champion shearer Ian Elkins said the sheep appeared to be in good condition after being separated...
Program pairs veterans with ag careers
Sequim tries sending reclaimed water to farms during drought
OSU ag college recruiting for multiple faculty, staff positions


Three ag pillars to yield a new U.S. relation with Cuba
One of the key points where the two governments have a clear opportunity to advance trust and...
Forest management, firefighter funding both needed
Incremental attacks on agriculture continue
Why initiatives should remain a power tool for citizens

Special Sections

Nursery woman adds retail, mail order to wholesale business
Whitman Farms specializes in hard-to-find trees and shrubs, including many varieties of currants.
Nursery grows its own natural, edible plants
Nursery part of grower-owned cooperative
Nurseries offer drought-resistant alternatives