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Grower beware. That, in essence, was the warning attorney Veronica Darling issued during her presentation on processor contracts during the recent Hemp and CBD Connex Conference in Portland.

A father stands by, anxiously watching as his son fights for his life in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit. What had begun as a small infected burn on his son’s elbow from working on his truc…

Environmental groups are howling that the Trump administration’s recently released rules governing Waters of the U.S. will drain precious wetlands and are woefully inadequate to protect water safety.

Since it was passed by the Oregon Legislature last year as part of its education reform package, we’ve been hearing producers and vendors express concerns over the state’s corporate activity tax.

The $220 million settlement reached between the National Milk Producers Federation and a group of butter and cheese buyers is a head-scratcher. The lawsuit claimed the NMPF and participants in…

Some day in the not-too-distant future, an orchardist will push a button and a fleet of robots will deploy and harvest the apples. Working day and night and in any weather, they will choose on…

The folks at Washington’s Department of Ecology like to write reports. It’s as though they are always looking to point a finger somewhere for causing one sort of problem or the other.

We have been skeptical that there could be Congressional approval of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, before next year’s election given the great partisan divide between the White H…

The following sentence, tucked in a footnote of a White Paper the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife prepared last winter, may hold the key to the health of the South Resident po…

In 2017, U.S. District Judge Lynn Winmill ordered the Idaho Department of Fish and Wildlife to destroy data collected from wolf and elk collars that he determined were attached unlawfully to a…

Farmers in Oregon’s Yamhill County who for three years have been fighting the county’s attempt to turn an abandoned railroad right-of-way into a recreational trail got a boost earlier this mon…

Suppose you are a dairy farmer and having lunch at the local coffee shop. Between your hamburger and that piece of apple pie you have been eyeing, the person at the table next to you notes tha…

Oregon agriculture is a big tent. From the smallest acreage in Western Oregon to the largest ranch in Eastern Oregon, from the newest hemp farm in Central Oregon to the multi-generational gras…