The leaders of Greater Spokane Inc. say their priorities include building awareness and combatting regulation.
A large new winery, located near the center of Central Washington, is nearing the end of its first $
Walla Walla sweet onion officials say yields were average to above average. Harvest ended in mid-Aug
Washington State Department of Agriculture penalizes pesticide applicator $2,200 for incident that apple grower says caused $5.4 million in damages.
A new way for Washington dairies to report cow sales has been slow to catch on, disappointing the state Department of Agriculture.
Washington Public Disclosure will look into whether What's Upstream organizers should have reported its lobbying efforts to the state.
The National Hay Growers Association paid tribute its president Bob Eckenberg last week by meeting in Pasco, Wash., and touring his hay press plant 60 miles to the north in Mattawa.
Weather forecasters are backing off their prediction of a La Nina, which would favor cooler storms aimed at the Pacific Northwest. Instead, neutral oceanic conditions portend uncertainty in terms of weather throughout the West in the months ahead.
Valleyford, Wash., farmer Dale Dietrich lost 400 sheep in a wildfire.
Removing the rest of the Profanity Peak wolf pack will be challenging, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Washington wildlife managers haven't finished removing a wolf pack in the Colville National Forest, but the debate about changing the state's policy on shooting wolves has started.
Five partners have started a new tree fruit packing company, Pine Canyon Growers, in Orondo, Wash., north of Wenatchee.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's carbon cap will hurt agricultural industry, says chairwoman of Senate Agriculture Committee
The Washington FFA Foundation works to provide a solid financial future for the state’s FFA program, says the organization’s new leader.