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The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is calling for long-term monitoring of nitrates, bacteria and pesticides in the Walla Walla Basin to protect groundwater aquifers from future contamination.
State, federal and tribal agencies are teaming up to study declining groundwater levels in the Walla Walla Basin, part of a new long-term strategy to balance the region's water needs.
USDA ARS molecular geneticist Camille Steber is checking wheat varieties susceptible to falling number to determine which locations need more testing. It's still early in the testing stage, she says. HighLine Grain CEO Paul Katovich says quality is the best in years.
COVID-19 is affecting labor, but not demand for Walla Walla sweet onions. Harvest of the niche onion has passed the halfway mark.
Walla Walla River Basin farmers and other stakeholders will meet next month to create a new plan for the watershed.
Walla Walla sweet onion farmers will begin harvesting the niche onion in June.