While the area burned is large, it is mostly sage lands and there were no reports of injuries or any structures lost.
Though the Christmas tree checkoff was approved by a narrow margin of farmers, the USDA plans to hol
The largest sweet cherry producer in the world, Cass Gebbers of Brewster, Wash., is among five farme
Cougar who killed cyclist was healthy
The website is open to any farmer, but land that is listed must be in Pierce or King counties.
Okanogan County sheriff: Wolf incident went 'sideways'
A new technician position in South America will help increase market demand for all U.S. wheat classes. Andres Saturno joined the team July 9.
Pacific Northwest wheat leaders says they are optimistic. Early reports indicate average yields or higher and slightly higher prices compared to last year.
Forest Service knew location of den that woman was working near
A wildfire burning east of The Dalles in north-central Oregon expanded overnight, and the governor has invoked the Emergency Conflagration Act in response
WDFW rolls out new wolf-data formats
USDA research plant molecular geneticist Camille Steber says she is cautiously optimistic about the prospects of falling number in this year’s Pacific Northwest wheat crop. Steber is testing wheat samples for susceptibility to the starch damage...
Cloud Mountain Farm Center provides new farmers with the resources they need to get started.
Wildfires stretched firefighting resources near Wenatchee, Wash., and 50 miles to the east near Soap Lake during the weekend. Homes were threatened, evacuated and saved north of Soap Lake and in less direct danger in Wenatchee.