With apple crops lighter in Europe and Michigan, Washington is in a better position a little earlier than normal to move its large crop, the Washington Apple Commission president says.
Inslee touts taxing carbon
The Northwest Horticultural Council, representing Northwest tree fruit in NAFTA negotiations, is ske
Washington state regulators have fined Cooke Aquaculture $8,000 for water quality violations at its farmed salmon operations off Bainbridge Island
A Washington state dairy farmer is accused of selling his employer's cows
Fairfield, Wash., farmer Marci Green, president of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers, hopes to preserve tax incentives and crop insurance for farmers. She feels optimistic about the industry’s priorities, she said, noting the association...
New pesticide rules take effect Jan. 13 in Washington
With the first Cosmic Crisp apples reaching grocery stores in two years, the Washington apple industry is working toward a marketing plan for the new state apple.
Washington AG says tribes and U.S. government wrong to downplay significance of culvert case
Washington Democrats present their latest thinking on rural wells
Some farmers in northern Idaho and western Washington are looking for solutions after years of applying nitrogen-based fertilizer has left their land with acidic soil
The estimated size of Washington’s 2017 apple crop grew for the second month in a row. Smaller crops in Europe and elsewhere could boost Washington exports and help grower returns.
Environmental groups offer in alleged wolf poachings
Diary Farmers of Washington plans 'Dairy Grown' profiles