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Sonoma County sheep rancher develops wool niche
Sonoma County sheep rancher develops wool niche
Rancher Joe Pozzi raises sheep and markets the wool through added value products.

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Wash. farmer, daughter on ‘Survivor’
Wash. farmer, daughter on ‘Survivor’
He survived decades as a Washington farmer. Now Dale Wentworth and his daughter, Kelley, find out if they can survive on the CBS reality show "Survivor."
Harvest of big walnut crop under way in California
Harvest of big walnut crop under way in California
The harvest of early walnut varieties is under way in California, and growers are expecting a record overall crop.
Oregon site selected for biofuel plant
Oregon biofuel project will produce fuel for U.S. Navy ships and planes.
Restoration project done on Sprague River
The project was collaboration between ranch owner Greg Bulkley and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Montana wolf stamp decision postponed
The $20 stamps would be considered donations by non-hunters to help fund management of the animals.
Didier files complaint in U.S. House race
The volunteer, Washington State Potato Commission chairman Chris Voigt, faces allegations from the state Executive Ethics Board that he used his potato commission email and car to arrange for the delivery of Newhouse campaign signs.
Man faces arson charge in huge California wildfire
Wayne Allen Huntsman, 37, was being held Thursday night on $10 million bail in El Dorado County Jail and was scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.
Salmon numbers jump at central Idaho mountain lake
The last time sockeye numbers exceeded the current run was 1955.
Crash leaves truck dangling over bridge rail
The truck pulling a flatbed trailer was negotiating a left curve Thursday morning when it hit the guardrail and went onto the bridge railing.
DOL says it can’t return all the ‘hot goods’ money
DOL says it can’t return all the ‘hot goods’ money
The U.S. Department of Labor claims it can't come up with the cash to fully reimburse Oregon farmers for the $220,000 it unlawfully coerced from them.

California

Sonoma County sheep rancher develops wool niche
Rancher Joe Pozzi raises sheep and markets the wool through added value products.
Harvest of big walnut crop under way in California
The harvest of early walnut varieties is under way in California, and growers are expecting a record overall crop.
Man faces arson charge in huge California wildfire
Growers, scientists tout GMOs in Calif. media tour
Growers await methyl bromide alternative

Idaho

FDA releases revised produce rule
FDA officials say the agency's revised produce rule would provide more flexibility for farmers to meet proposed water quality standards. The...
Salmon numbers jump at central Idaho mountain lake
The last time sockeye numbers exceeded the current run was 1955.
Russian cattle producers tour Idaho
Water will flow until October in Treasure Valley
Idaho spud sizes down, yields average

Oregon

Wolves kill Oregon sheep, injure protection dogs
Oregon officials have recorded the first reported attack on livestock protection dogs.
FDA releases revised produce rule
FDA officials say the agency's revised produce rule would provide more flexibility for farmers to meet proposed water quality standards. The...
Oregon site selected for biofuel plant
Restoration project done on Sprague River
Crash leaves truck dangling over bridge rail

Washington

Shellfish producers say Willapa Bay spraying effective
Willapa Bay clam growers say the initial spraying of the herbicide imazamox was effective against Japanese eeelgrass. Environmentalists will seek to...
Wash. farmer, daughter on ‘Survivor’
He survived decades as a Washington farmer. Now Dale Wentworth and his daughter, Kelley, find out if they can survive on the CBS reality show...
Didier files complaint in U.S. House race
EEOC sues Washington fruit grower over firing
WSDA asks to enforce federal food law

Montana

Montana wolf stamp decision postponed
The $20 stamps would be considered donations by non-hunters to help fund management of the animals.
Montana wolf hunt begins; activists shadow hunters
Montana law prohibits harassment of hunters, punishable by a fine of up to $500 and 30 days in prison. But tracking hunters and their activities is...
Mild Montana wildfire season spurs low spending
Montana panel approves federal land report
Montana orders drilling limits to help sage grouse

Nevada

Barbed-wire fence cutting case prompts $5,000 reward
On Sept. 9 or Sept. 10, someone cut a large amount of barbed wire surrounding 80 acres of property in rural Nevada.
Nevada biofuel plant touted at Vegas conference
Sierra BioFuels Plant in Storey County, Nev., will convert some 200,000 tons of trash from the Lockwood Regional Landfill in Sparks into more than 10...