WDFW backtracks on wolf collars
The fund, created in 1965, spends hundreds of millions of dollars each year on land consolidation, conservation easements, urban parks and other projects.
Washington wolfpack kills cattle; no action yet from WDFW
BLM announced on July 24 that it would no longer use mandatory off-site compensatory mitigation on most federal land.
Longview's popular farm and plant nursery Watershed Garden Works is brimming with life: from goldenrod, Douglas aster and lupine to purple basil, Desert King Figs and sweet wild strawberries
A Yakima County committee that’s been working since 2012 remains shy of a vote to adopt a plan addressing nitrate contamination of water in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Authorities say a former Seattle man wanted in connection with an eco-terrorism conspiracy dating back two decades has been arrested in Cuba
Europe is projecting it’s largest apple crop which increases competition for Washington apples overseas in the coming year of sales.
WDFW to take owneship of land to expand wildlife area
Judge overrules Ecology on water-right transfer
After 83 years as No. 1 in volume, Red Delicious is expected to fall to Gala in the Washington apple harvest now starting. Honeycrisp and organics continue upward. Tariffs cause export worries.
U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., is introducing a bill to transfer 40 miles of irrigation canal and laterals from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to the Kennewick Irrigation District.
Federal judge orders state to turn over Sarbanand records
More wolf conflicts in northeast Washington