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Stand by for What’s Upstream 2.0
Stand by for What’s Upstream 2.0
Organizers of the suspended What's Upstream campaign say it could be brought back to life.

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A letter to President-elect Trump
A letter to President-elect Trump
Some agriculture-related federal issues we'd like Donald Trump address.
What’s Upstream-style attacks require new kind of response from farmers
What’s Upstream-style attacks require new kind of response from farmers
Food safety, anti-GMO, farm labor and climate change activists see a juicy target in industrial agriculture. The result is growing public doubt about farmers, conventional farming methods and environmental stewardship.
Election results widen urban-rural divide
Election results widen urban-rural divide
For their part, rural voters understand urban disappointment with the election’s outcome, but not the continuing demonstrations against Trump’s election.
The rivers of Northwestern life
The rivers of Northwestern life
But the impact of the Columbia and Snake rivers on the Pacific Northwest — and the rest of the nation — isn’t about numbers, or about fish. It’s about the people who live and work in the region, all of whom rely on the rivers...
County opposes national monument
Expanding the Cascade-Sisiyou National monument would damage Klamath County, Ore.
County should have defended Hammonds
If we had county leaders who understood the Constitution, they could have defended the Hammonds against the overreach of the federal government.

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Our dams support us; it’s time to support them
The Army Corps of Engineers is undertaking a public “scoping” period through Jan. 17 providing an opportunity for Eastern Washington...
What’s Upstream-style attacks require new kind of response from farmers
Food safety, anti-GMO, farm labor and climate change activists see a juicy target in industrial agriculture. The result is growing public doubt about...

Editorials

GMO election fines out of line
Washington state's punishment doesn't match "crime" in two election cases.
A letter to President-elect Trump
Some agriculture-related federal issues we'd like Donald Trump address.
The rivers of Northwestern life

Letters

Snake River dams remain vital
Ten million tons of commercial cargo and nearly 67 million bushels of wheat are transported on the Columbia/Snake River annually.
County opposes national monument
Expanding the Cascade-Sisiyou National monument would damage Klamath County, Ore.
County should have defended Hammonds