A tortilla maker agrees to reimburse the Washington Department of Ecology for the cost of cleaning up the company's spill of vegetable oil.
Farmers, ranchers and others associated with agriculture need to tell the federal government how imp
A report by the Washington Department of Ecology looks at two main options for reducing flood-damage
A unique reimbursement offers farmers the amount of money they would have received by growing a crop on streamside buffers.
The Climate Prediction Center's seasonal outlook forecasts a winter influenced by cooling ocean temperatures.
The Columbia Basin Development League's annual meeting in Moses Lake will focus on infrastructure improvement.
A Western Governor's Association initiative brings state, federal, local and industry leaders together to seek solutions to improve forest and rangeland management.
Soybeans with improved flow of nitrogen may help lead to improved plant productivity and reduce nitrogen fertilizer use, says a Washington State University researcher.
Washington, ranking second to California in production of specialty crops, is receiving $4.3 million in USDA specialty crop block grants.
Ferry County, Wash., takes a "'defensive position" against the surviving members of the Profanity Peak wolfpack.
Washington wildlife managers end hunt for remnants of Profanity Peak pack, but pledge to resume search if more livestock are attacked
Congress considers getting behind a $451.6 million Puget Sound project opposed by the Washington Farm Bureau.
Washington wildlife managers have reportedly halted the search for the Profanity Peak pack during hunting season, but it's unclear whether the lethal-removal operation will resume.
The lead organizer of What's Upstream has until Dec. 1 to respond to complaints that the campaign broke Washington's disclosure law.