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Another side to the wolf death story
It looks like this Incidental Take can ultimately be laid at the feet of ODFW.

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GMO tests were influenced
There are literally hundreds of studies that bring into question the safety of GMOs on humans and animals.
Port weighs container traffic options
Port weighs container traffic options
Containers of hay, straw, produce and other commodities now must be trucked to Tacoma or Seattle to be loaded onto ships for the trip overseas, adding to the time and cost of doing business.
Eastern Oregon copes with disaster
Regardless of which side of the Cascades you call home, it’s critical we are all aware of and actively support our fellow Oregonians through the near insurmountable difficulties they’re facing from the terrible effects of this past winter.
Keep Washington on top when it comes to trade
Keep Washington on top when it comes to trade
Trade matters for all of Washington state but perhaps to no industry more than us in the agriculture sector.
Seven predictions for the 2017 wood products market
Seven predictions for the 2017 wood products market
We are in a glass half full market at the moment and it has given little optimism for the rest of the year.
Trump sends WOTUS back for review
Trump sends WOTUS back for review
Getting rid of the rule as written is a good first step in reducing the reach of the administrative state.
Rural-urban divide has been around a long time
Rural-urban divide has been around a long time
Cities never get overlooked in a political campaign, but rural America does.
Pesticide notification bill unneeded
Pesticide notification bill unneeded
HB 1564 was complicated, expensive, annoying and ineffective. Legislators were wise to reject it.
Trump right to withdraw from TPP
As the president of our nation why shouldn’t Trump think of our nation first?

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Columns

How farmers can help reduce famine
Can farmers take up this challenge and engage not only in discussion of storing more carbon in the soil, but in transitioning to a lower-till,...
Keep Washington on top when it comes to trade
Trade matters for all of Washington state but perhaps to no industry more than us in the agriculture sector.
Seven predictions for the 2017 wood products market
Rural-urban divide has been around a long time

Editorials

Wolf management idea makes sense
We urge the Washington Wolf Advisory Group to adopt a new categorization for predation of livestock that allows managers to more effectively handle...
Port weighs container traffic options
Containers of hay, straw, produce and other commodities now must be trucked to Tacoma or Seattle to be loaded onto ships for the trip overseas,...
Pesticide notification bill unneeded

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Another side to the wolf death story
It looks like this Incidental Take can ultimately be laid at the feet of ODFW.
GMO tests were influenced
There are literally hundreds of studies that bring into question the safety of GMOs on humans and animals.
Eastern Oregon copes with disaster
Trump right to withdraw from TPP