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State fairs are making a comeback in 2021 across the Pacific Northwest, though they may look a bit different than years past. 

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday expanded a drought emergency to a large swath of the state while seeking more than $6 billion in multiyear water spending as one of the warmest, driest s…

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A few days before Mother's Day, growers across California and Oregon said they were overwhelmed with orders. With COVID restrictions loosening, many anticipate big sales for events this summer.

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The Klamath Water Users Association filed a motion April 19 to reopen a lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, seeking clarity on legal issues that will affect future irrigation water…

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Kera and LeeAna Brichetto — who are also sisters-in-law — are raising the Scottish Highland cattle, aiming to fill a niche created by newcomers to the rural lifestyle.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Standing in the dry, cracked bottom of Lake Mendocino, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a drought emergency Wednesday in two Northern California counties where grape grower…

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation delivered a gut-punch to Klamath Project irrigators Wednesday, announcing a historically low water allocation as the basin struggles with extreme drought. 

Sierra Nevada snowpack at the end of March remains 39% below average – the same as when the month began – and California farmers fear a drier-than-usual summer.

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In a recent United Farm Workers Foundation survey of 10,149 farmworkers, 73% said they would get the vaccine as soon as possible, 22% said they were neutral and 5% said they would not get vaccinated.

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With record-low inflows coming into Upper Klamath Lake, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation anticipates it will not have anywhere near enough water this summer to meet minimum requirements for enda…

Katie Ostrander is an active and vocal advocate for agriculture in the county and has dedicated countless hours of volunteer time organizing events, creating fundraisers and as a fundamental l…

Farm groups are pushing back against California Gov. Gavin Newsom's recent proposal to increase pesticide fees.

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The annual Klamath Bull Sale generally draws thousands of attendees, but not this year, and for organizers, that’s OK.

Klamath Bull Sale organizers are anticipating a strong market and a consistent number of consignors from throughout the Pacific Northwest for next week's 61st annual event.

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Researchers say the new variety, named UC Wolfskill, will enable growers to harvest earlier, lengthen the harvest season and improve efficiency.

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has no legal right to curtail water deliveries for irrigators in the Klamath Project to protect endangered suckerfish and coho salmon, according to an analysis s…

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The American Blueberry Growers Alliance blamed rising Latin American imports in the spring and fall, robbing farmers of lucrative early- and late-season sales.

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Many parts of the U.S. are facing lumber shortages — and experts say the problem is acute in the West after 2020's devastating wildfires.

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Timberland owners across the West are facing a hard winter as they struggle to replant millions of acres of burned trees after 2020's devastating fire season.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California is rolling out its COVID-19 vaccine plan, which includes details about when agricultural workers can expect to receive vaccinations.

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A group of agricultural pilots in Napa Valley, Calif., met this week to start talks about how to partner with Cal Fire to put out wildfires.

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A federal judge in New York City has resurrected an Obama administration rule requiring farmers to enforce a 100-foot halo around pesticide applications, even if the halo extends outside the farm.

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LOS ANGELES — A coalition of California agricultural groups and business employers has filed a lawsuit in the Los Angeles Superior Court challenging the state’s COVID-19 protocols.