The Washington Wine Industry Foundation raised more than $160,000 at a recent event to support programs, projects and scholarships.
An Oregon congressman has reintroduced a bill to ban certain pesticides to protect honeybees. One of
Washington wholesale apple prices slid in the past month and may slide more as the industry deals wi
The Pacific Northwest overwhelmingly dominates U.S. hop production but minor states in the Midwest a
Portland-based company uses hawks and other raptors to shoo away problem birds from wineries, dumps and business districts.
World wine consumption is flat, competition is keener but Washington remains well suited in the premium wine market, experts say at convention.
The U.S. has hit a saturation point with production of 104 million pounds last year.
Washington State University Extension and the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission are holding a three-day school in March geared to post-harvest and quality control professionals in tree fruit and berries.
A Walla Walla, Wash., couple, who have grown their vineyard and winery business over the last 37 years, will be inducted into the state’s Wine Hall of Fame this summer.
State officials say a blueberry farm in northwestern Washington was not at fault in the death of a 28-year-old migrant worker in August
Washington fines farm for missed meals, but founds no violations that led to worker's death
Researchers at the University of British Columbia say wildfire smoke taint stays in wine grapes a long time even when not smelled nor tasted. New testing can help growers know if they have too much smoke.
The family-owned Oregon Fruit Products is moving its headquarters and processing plant, but will remain in Salem after purchasing the former NORPAC vegetable canning facility.
A Canadian company says its genetically-modified apple slices sold well in the U.S. Midwest and Southeast in November and it plans to unveil a new product soon.