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Estimates from ODA show greenhouse and nursery products brought in $955.1 million last year, compared to $995.9 million in 2018.

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The assessment challenges some evidence cited by advocates of banning chlorpyrifos. "Despite several years of study, the science addressing neurodevelopmental effects remains unresolved," the …

PENDLETON — With wildfires decimating swaths of Western Oregon, the Umatilla County Board of Realtors delivered a load of donations to the United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley on Friday, Sept. 18.

Hemp researchers at Oregon State University are convening a new working group to study the effects of wildfire smoke on the versatile crop following another brutal wildfire season across the West.

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Oregon wine industry researchers just uncorked a new annual report showing sales growth for the past year — and the glass looks half full.

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U.S. cranberry growers, including in Oregon and Washington, are beginning to harvest what's expected to be strong crop, not entirely good news for an industry still shedding a surplus.

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Fires have damaged university research facilities and COVID-19 has slowed ag studies, but research continues.

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The number of fatalities from Oregon’s recent wildfires has increased to nine people, the state's Office of Emergency Management confirmed Monday.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A wildfire scorching its way through brush and timber from the mountains to the desert northeast of Los Angeles threatened more than 1,000 homes on Tuesday as crews across t…

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A change in weather has slowed the pace of destructive wildfires still burning across Oregon, though forecasters say it will likely be weeks before the danger fully subsides.

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U-pick farms, Christmas tree lots and other agritourism operations in Benton, Chelan, Douglas, Franklin and Yakima counties will be under the same rules as farms in other counties, according t…

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The family-owned operation, based in Stevens County, filed a motion Friday in U.S. District Court in Eastern Washington to take part in a lawsuit brought by three environmental organizations a…

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The Lands Council, Western Watersheds Project and Kettle Range Conservation Group allege the agency’s 2019 management plan for the 1 million-acre forest violates federal environmental laws.

From the tragedy has emerged a special sort of person — a Hero. This is a person or organization that went the extra mile to help a neighbor, friend — or total stranger. We want to honor these…

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Firefighters trying to contain the massive wildfires in Oregon, California and Washington state are constantly on the verge of exhaustion as they try to save houses, including some in their ow…

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Pacific Northwest pear growers near the end of another harvest hopeful a moderate-size crop will bring good prices.

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One winery was destroyed by the massive wildfires that are scorching the West Coast and covering the region in a thick blanket of smoke. Winegrowers and vintners are concerned about impacts th…

Alice Williamson was hired in July as program director for the newly formed Oregon Agricultural Trust, working with landowners on keeping valuable farmland in production.

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Washington Fish and Wildlife officially called off Thursday its effort to lethally remove wolves that attacked at least 13 calves on private land in Stevens County.

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Uncertainties about shipping in-shell hazelnuts to China, their primary destination, has caused their initial minimum price to diverge from that of the kernel crop, which faces a more stable market.

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A La Nina has formed and is expected to make winter in Washington and the Idaho panhandle wetter and colder than average, the federal Climate Prediction Center said Thursday.

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Apples that Gov. Jay Inslee picked in Olympia and dropped off in three Eastern Washington towns were infested with apple maggots, a pest considered a severe threat to the state’s most-valuable crop.

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No matter what time of year, the drive through the Santiam Pass was a slice of forested beauty, with unique rural towns and roadside landmarks.

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Washington's two largest wildfires are burning near each other in Okanogan and Douglas counties. Combined, the Cold Springs and Pearl Hill fires surpass in size the 2014 Carlton Fire, a record…