An inoperative refrigerated rail service, Cold Train, renews litigation against BNSF after the original lawsuit was dismissed.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has documented Washington's 17th wolf pack.
Climate change may have an upside for Western Washington agriculture, according to a University of W
Washington Department of Ecology moves away from presuming that clay-lined manure lagoons lead to gr
Washington State University Associate Professor of Horticulture Kate Evans steers the first apple breeding program to use DNA testing for quality.
House task force hears lots of ways to raise money for irrigation and other water-releated problems. All involve raising or creating taxes and fees.
Edwall, Wash., wheat farmer Kevin Klein has assumed leadership as president of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers.
Dry conditions in Washington winter wheat fields have grain commission board members concerned about winterkill.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources indicates support for 10-year, $900 million plan to increase water storage in Yakima River Basin.
ConAgra will spin off its frozen potato business under the Lamb Weston name.
Washington cattlemen blame state and federal agencies for their livelihoods being jeopardized by large wildfires.
Trade, interest rates, beef prices and wolves were all talked about at the Washington Cattlemen's Association annual meeting.
Washington State University soil scientist John Reganold, says increasing crop yields is one of four major goals to make sustainable agriculture. Reganold also called for enhancing the environment, making farming financially viable and contributing to...
The Washington Farm Labor Association will hold its annual Workforce Summit on H-2A visa guestworker issues in Ellensburg on Jan. 28 and in Canby, Ore., Jan. 26.