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Two Thurston County farmers petitioned the Washington Supreme Court on Tuesday, claiming the State Conservation Commission should pay for taki…
Imported blueberries are not seriously injuring U.S. growers and don't pose a threat to them, the U.S. International Trade Commission concluded today.
The Washington State Conservation Commission used the wrong law to remove two farmers from the Thurston Conservation District board, though it…
Work will begin this spring at the first research site for Washington State University’s soil health initiative, but future funding for the pr…
Oregon regulators have approved lower electric rates for Pacific Power customers in 2021, thanks in part to cheaper fuel costs and tax credits from investments in wind and solar energy, according to the utility.
The Washington Red Raspberry Commission has asked trade officials to more closely track raspberry imports, a step toward learning whether low-priced frozen berries from Mexico are undermining U.S. growers.
Washington conservation districts remain divided on whether to reform how supervisors are elected, an issue raised by legislators concerned about the often low-profile elections.
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Washington conservation district supervisors and managers are being asked whether they want the Department of Fish and Wildlife to become a voting member of the State Conservation Commission.