This is in response to the article on Impossible Foods. If these fake, highly processed, chemically laden concocted substances are what they want to call food, then count the majority of Ameri…

COVID-19 infections and deaths are surging. Vaccines are hopeful but months or more away from successful impact. If you are genuinely interested in balancing health and economy, I suggest the …

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission unanimously passed their 25-Year Strategic Plan at their last meeting. This is the document that will be used to justify all their act…

Critics tout global warming as the prime cause of the growing number of wildfires in the West. In truth, it's harassment from them that's largely led to mismanagement by federal agencies. We c…

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On Aug. 31, a fire was spreading quickly just 500 yards from our home in Roy, Wash. The wind was blowing in the direction of our house and ash was falling on us from the billowing brown smoke.

The main article, “Beauty Out of Dust,” by writer Sierra Dawn McClain in the Sept. 4 Capital Press was commendable. I was impressed with the balance of historical content, human interest and e…

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The Green New Deal, climate and economic justice legislation popularized by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, should include funding for cultured-meat research. This new form of protein is grown from …

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association representative Kaitlynn Glover misrepresents the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 in her comments in the Capital Press’ June 25 article, “NCBA, PLC furth…

A recent letter, with respect to the coronavirus, criticizes the Capital Press for being “unscientific.” This is a common and arrogant error, for the writer to assume than anyone who differs f…

I was dismayed to read the recent editorial by this newspaper on the coronavirus. The anti-science approach by this organization, that purports to support and understand agriculture, was incom…

Your editorial staff would have appeared much more intelligent had they written the editorial on the financial markets on March 19 based on their predictions, rather than publishing it on May …

We’ve all heard the old story about coming into the kitchen and finding the water on and the sink overflowing — the first thing to do is turn off the water. That’s what we need to do with the …

Everyone knows, from Aesop and Horace, the story of the Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, although they fail to tell us that all food comes from the country (the farm).

It is despicable that the coronavirus outbreak is being weaponized and politicized against President Trump. Trump responded quickly to stop people from China and other countries from coming in…

We've been bombarded by a constant litany about all the corruption in Ukraine by the oligarchy. I was curious about the definition of this type of government. The dictionary shows this to be a…

We are conditioned, threatened and shamed to accept many falsities and fail to do the research. The most destructive issue facing us now is carbon control control.

Moderation in all things — a rule for life, for the marketplace and for the dairy farmer. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing.

I grew up on our land in the 1950s and 1960s riding horses and helping my grandfather with his cows that pastured here with never a cougar confrontation. This continued in the 1970s with my husband.

I was part of a dairy food processor business for many years, and agree with your Oct. 18 headline, “Milk Prices Need Clarity, Consistency.” This in reference to the confusing and complicated …

By the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s most recent estimate, Oregon’s sage-grouse population has dropped 37% since 2003. As a sagebrush steppe indicator species, the grouse’s sharp de…

Hurrah for Tillamook dairies, and farms both small and large. I write in defense of Keebler elves and farmers, ranchers and other producers and against those who, in the name of “climate chang…

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Regarding the Sept. 4 Capital Press editorial, "Voters trying to get Brown's attention." I don't believe that is the voters' intention. Rather, they want to get rid of a bad apple.

About wheat exports and the dismissive comments by President Trump: Perhaps now his followers should do some research on candidate Trump, who has declared bankruptcy six times, before the next…

The writers of the Opinion Our View section appearing in Capital Press, Aug. 16 issue, highlight the poor prices that farmers are receiving for commodities, including milk, and are "hoping for…

A recent correspondent on this page has it wrong when he says, “Ranchers and rural communities are living with the reality of this reintroduction” concerning the presence of wolves in Washingt…

Re "Editorial: What PETA Does Best" (July 18), perhaps your editorial writers should ask themselves why the media focus endlessly on salacious stories, fashion frivolity, and The Bachelorette,…

Your story on a Western Innovator published July 19 strongly suggests that signing a United Farm Workers contract is the best way to show trust and respect for farmworkers. That would come as …