The Washington State Department of Agriculture will assess 2015 drought losses, an unprecedented attempt to pinpoint which regions and crops are most vulnerable in water-short years.
Rain and snow have replenished Yakima Basin reservoirs to where they should be for right now, but th
A $140,000 specialty crop grant will enable the Pacific Northwest pulse industry to educate food industry leaders about the benefits of dry peas, lentils and chickpeas.
Far West Agribusiness Association holds its annual winter conference Dec. 8-10 in Kennewick, Wash.
The Cascade Farm and Outdoor store in Walla Walla, Wash., is temporarily closed due to a Nov. 27 fire.
Overall, 2.3 million adult salmon passed through Bonneville Dam near Portland, making it the second-strongest year on record for the entire Columbia Basin.
The U.S. Drought Monitor reports that drought has receded with Western Washington awash in precipitation.
The Northeast Washington Haygrowers Association annual meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 5 in Clayton, Wash., roughly 25 miles north of Spokane.
An inoperative refrigerated rail service, Cold Train, renews litigation against BNSF after the original lawsuit was dismissed.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has documented Washington's 17th wolf pack.
Climate change may have an upside for Western Washington agriculture, according to a University of Washington study.
Washington Department of Ecology moves away from presuming that clay-lined manure lagoons lead to groundwater pollution.
Washington State University Associate Professor of Horticulture Kate Evans steers the first apple breeding program to use DNA testing for quality.
House task force hears lots of ways to raise money for irrigation and other water-releated problems. All involve raising or creating taxes and fees.