The Grant County Sheriff's Office are advising farmers to report suspicious activity to stop a string of haystack arson in Quincy, Wash.
Political turmoil in Yemen has stalled several container ships, including one containing about 50,000 metric tons of soft white wheat shipped from Portland. Yemen is a top importer of U.S. wheat, but its ranking is expected to go down as a result of the uncertainty, says Scott Yates, director of...
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has expanded the drought emergency declaration to almost half the state.
Police investigate haystack fires.
Future use of public land that's an elk and deer migratory path is discussed by orchardists, sportsmen and state officials.
Nitrogen fertilizer gets untangled from the Legislature's reponse to the Bakken oil boom.
Longtime Washington Agriculture and Forestry Education Foundation president Dave Roseleip receives a full session resolution April 17 in the Washington State Senate for his years of service.
McDougall & Sons Inc., Wenatchee, Wash., is on the move with a huge new apple and cherry packing facility to keep up with its expanding orchards.
Twin sisters live together and pack apples together. People can't tell them apart.
Washington Department of Ecology is rewriting rules for CAFO permits.
House budget proposes study of how farmers could alert neighbors to pesticide applications.
Freezing temperatures early the morning of April 15 may have damaged tree fruit and wine grapes in Central Washington, but probably not as much as last November's freeze. Effects of that are just now becoming more evident.
Farm labor association tries to get safe harbor for employers who want to help employees apply for temporary legal work status. ICE says no.
Cougar attacks are rare in the region, but it’s unusual to have an attack west of Interstate 5.