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US scientists try crowdsourcing to stop invasive mussels
The goal of the prize competition is eradicate mussels in large water bodies. The deadline for ideas is Feb. 28.

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Washington FFA students attend leadership conferences
Washington FFA students attend leadership conferences
Washington FFA students attended the 212 Degrees and 360 Degrees leadership conferences in Randle, Wash., focused on setting goals and assessing chapter needs.
Washington House OKs bill to move wolves
Washington House OKs bill to move wolves
Bill to study moving wolves passes Washington House
Interior to implement massive overhaul despite criticism
The concept is to get top officials closer to the natural resources and cultural sites they manage.
Four Washington FFA state officers tour South Africa
Four Washington FFA state officers tour South Africa
Four members of the Washington FFA state officer team recently toured South Africa, where they learned about trade relations, career opportunities and the importance of agriculture on an international level.
Western Innovator: Veterinarian has dairy roots
Western Innovator: Veterinarian has dairy roots
Washington’s assistant state veterinarian spearheads the state’s animal disease traceability program.
Denied mic, foes of offshore drilling plan hold rallies
Trump’s decision last month to open most of the nation’s coast to oil and gas drilling horrified environmentalists, and many elected officials from both parties oppose it.
Trump Budget Proposes Selling Off Bonneville Power Transmission Lines (Again)
The idea to privatize the BPA’s transmission assets has been considered off and on for decades.
Kerry pushes climate bills in Washington legislature
Kerry pushes climate bills in Washington legislature
Washington Farm Bureau on twin carbon bills: Staring down a double-barrelled shotgun
New Spokane Ag Expo director looks to continue show’s success
New Spokane Ag Expo director looks to continue show’s success
Heather Hamlin will take over the Spokane Ag Expo and agribusiness at Greater Spokane Inc.
Soil-borne mosaic virus appears early in NE Oregon wheat
Soil-borne mosaic virus appears early in NE Oregon wheat
Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus has appeared four weeks earlier than last year at a disease resistant nursery near Milton-Freewater, Ore.

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