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Letter: Climate change science can’t be ignored
I wish we could just label things we don’t want to be true as fake news or fake science, but in the end, the facts are the facts.

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Letter: Electoral College protects small states
Without the Electoral College the six largest population states could elect the president by themselves.
Column: Doing what is required to comply with broken immigration law
Column: Doing what is required to comply with broken immigration law
The Washington State Tree Fruit Association has supported SB 5689 in the Washington State Legislature.
Detroit Lake project a ‘dam’ waste
Detroit Lake project a ‘dam’ waste
The problem isn’t the people in charge of the Corps — it’s Congress. It can’t set priorities, and it can’t balance the federal budget. But it did write the Endangered Species Act.
Editorial: It’s time for Trump to follow through on trade
Editorial: It’s time for Trump to follow through on trade
It’s unclear what the ever mercurial and pragmatic commander-in-chief really has in mind.
Column: An appeal for a stronger unified public voice
Column: An appeal for a stronger unified public voice
Unified, engaged farmers are reaching out to the public to counter the false claims and communicate the good farmers are doing for our families, communities, states, nation and world.
Letter: Carbonize our farmland
The carbon that has burned in our western forests in the past several years, would have been worth at least $300 million to our Columbia Basin soils.
Column: Cap and trade will hurt, not bolster, the ag community in Oregon
Column: Cap and trade will hurt, not bolster, the ag community in Oregon
Oregonians should reject calls to adopt California’s cap and trade law.
Letter: Organization supports family farms
Farm Women United is unique because it is made up of women who present the farm woman’s point of view about the farm and food crisis that threatens our nation’s rural communities and, therefore, our food supply.

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Columns

Column: Dear Port of Portland: Please diversify
Many wonder if the Port of Portland’s expenditure of public money to subsidize and duplicate out-of-market infrastructure and compete with...
Column: Doing what is required to comply with broken immigration law
The Washington State Tree Fruit Association has supported SB 5689 in the Washington State Legislature.
Column: An appeal for a stronger unified public voice
Column: Cap and trade will hurt, not bolster, the ag community in Oregon

Editorials

Editorial: ‘We’re from the government, and we’re here to help’
A tortured tango between California state regulators and the USDA puts dairy farmers at risk.
Editorial: BLM bigwigs should move west
Putting BLM headquarters in Denver, Boise or Seattle wouldn’t change its statutory mission. But it would give the agency bigwigs a different...
Detroit Lake project a ‘dam’ waste

Letters

Letter: Climate change science can’t be ignored
I wish we could just label things we don’t want to be true as fake news or fake science, but in the end, the facts are the facts.
Letter: Electoral College protects small states
Without the Electoral College the six largest population states could elect the president by themselves.
Letter: Carbonize our farmland
Letter: Organization supports family farms