Salmon runs on the upper Columbia and its tributaries were blocked first by Grand Coulee Dam, which was built in the 1930s, and later by Chief Joseph Dam.
Highly pathogenic bird flu has broke out game bird farm in Okanogan County in north-central Washingt
National and state potato industry representatives addressed impacts of the West Coast port slowdown
Washington Beef LLC has recalled 1,620 pounds of boneless beef product due to potential E. coli contamination.
The Senate Ways and Means Committee held a hearing on a bill to assess parcels a fee to fund water projects.
House Evironment Commitee holds hearing on bill to cap and tax carbon emissions.
Senate and House committees held hearings on bills to bar farmland from being turned into wetlands.
The Washington-Oregon Potato Conference kicked off its Jan. 27-29 run in Kennewick, Wash., with the first annual potato peel-off.
A question-and-answer feature on Washington state's climate change legislation.
The agriculture-themed documentary, "Dryland," about two Lind, Wash., farmers coming of age, screens Feb. 6 at the Spokane International Film Festival. That's one of the latest stops for the film around the Pacific Northwest.
Washington Department of Agriculture lifts a quarantine placed around two premises in Benton and Franklin counties, where backyard flocks were infected by bird flu.
Moses Lake, Wash., rancher Lee Englehardt, a founder of the Cattle Producers of Washington, has returned to the group as its president.
The U.S. apple industry has gained what it's wanted for 20 years, full varietal access into China. And China also gets into the U.S. with its apples, something it's wanted for 17 years.
Washington Department of Ecology staff plan to assess Eastern Washington streams in March. The department holds several workshops this week with growers.