Washington State Department of Agriculture has trapped 10 Asian gypsy months, plus 32 European gypsy moths, including 21 in a Seattle neighborhood.
A relatively new variety of soft white winter wheat tops the list of varieties raised by Washington growers.
A conservation district in Douglas County, Washington, has signed a conservation plan with the U.S.
The rules address how clean the state’s waters should be and set limits on the pollutants that can be released into waterways.
The Washington State Department of Agriculture has hired three experts to study how to keep organic waste from spoiling the state's $2 billion apple industry.
A delegation of Chinese fruit importers visited apple and pear packing sheds and orchards in Washington and Oregon this week. The industry hopes it translates into increased sales.
Washington House task force on water convenes, with more projects than money available.
The statewide ballot measure would cap greenhouse gas emissions and put a price on carbon pollution.
The Washington Department of Ecology is seeking public comment on an order to have the Union Pacific Railroad and Cenex Harvest States Inc., clean up a SuperFund site at a grain handling facility in Freeman, Wash.
Auditors say the DNR acted so quickly it failed to establish reimbursement rates for a private contractor in advance and in writing, as is required by department policies.
Northeast Washington sheep rancher Dave Dashiell says he's not sure which way he'll go — with his livestock or his involvement in the state's wolf advisory group.
A cattle group drops out of Washington's wolf advisory group and calls for its abolition. Another group, the Washington Cattlemen's Association, says the advisory group is finally beginning to make progress.
Washington State University will toast the opening of its plant growth facility with an invitation-only ceremony Oct. 17. WSU associate dean and WSU Extension director Rich Koenig said the ceremony will honor a three-way partnership between the...
The Washington Supreme Court has ruled a county's advisory group could meet in secret without violating state law.