Ranchers in Okanogan County, Washington, believe the USFS is trying to take away rights to graze cattle on federal land. The USFS denies it. A congressman isn’t satisfied.
WSU wolf scientist Robert Wielgus has a recommendation
Stripe rust, snow mold and falling numbers will be on farmers’ minds during Washington State
Where farmers can attend WSU’s crop tours
The judge ruled Monday that the Army Corps of Engineers must spill more water for salmon at eight dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
A small fruit packing company in Wenatchee, Wash., lost its main packing shed in a fire of undetermined origin the evening of March 24.
Beekeepers battle colony collapse, pests and weather to produce honey and pollinate crops.
Washington Farm Bureau reverses stance on food policy forum
Ranchers in Okanogan County, Washington, believe the USFS is trying to take away rights to graze cattle on federal land. A county commissioner says more of the same might be happening in the West.
House ag committee passes beef checkoff bill
Two Eastern Washington farm chemical suppliers may get tax relief
The instrument helps researchers understand the metabolome of the plant so they can identify the bio markers that say whether a variety will possess attributes that are valuable to farmers.
Northwest Fruit Exporters and the Northwest Horticultural Council are working toward joint operations by fall. Both deal with foreign market issues for the Northwest tree fruit industry.
Senate sends over bill to ensure a farmer who saves water doesn't lose water right