Washington gives notice of intention to cull Togo wolfpack
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Washington gives notice of intention to cull Togo wolfpack
Washington to cull Togo wolfpack

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Farm Bureau continues fight to stop WOTUS implementation
Farm Bureau continues fight to stop WOTUS implementation
The American Farm Bureau and a coalition of businesses plan to appeal a South Carolina court ruling that reinstates the WOTUS rule in 26 states.
Farm increases public involvement with classes, hosted dinners
Farm increases public involvement with classes, hosted dinners
“We need to find a way we can complement the houses and be able to survive,” Debi Engelhardt-Vogel says.
Washington Potato Commission exec: ‘We’re out of acres’
Washington Potato Commission exec: ‘We’re out of acres’
Washington state farmers would like to increase potato exports, but can’t grow more of the crop without more irrigated acres or increased yields, Voigt says.
BLM responds to 12 lightning-sparked fires
BLM responds to 12 lightning-sparked fires
The Alkie, Benny and Cutoff fires each burned BLM grazing allotments, which could impact grazing.
Animal agriculture urges disease preparedness in Farm Bill
Animal agriculture urges disease preparedness in Farm Bill
Producer of pork beef, poultry, eggs and lamb are calling on farm bill conferees to fully fund an animal-disease preparedness and response program, including a vaccine bank for foot and mouth disease.
Eugene, Oregon, recognized as a bee-friendly city
An environmental group dedicated to protecting bees has given Eugene a Bee City USA designation
Survey of economists: Some Trump policies could slow growth
Survey of economists: Trump tariffs and some other policies could slow growth
State will kill members of wolf pack to protect cattle
The state of Washington will take steps to kill members of a wolf pack that have been preying on cattle in the northeast corner of the state
Smoke, heat knock Washington potato crop down to average
Smoke, heat knock Washington potato crop down to average
Washington state’s potato crop was well above-average for yield and quality but its growth rate has stalled.
Glacier Park wildfires see cooler weather, stronger winds
It's a good news, bad news situation for firefighters working in Glacier National Park

Marketplace

State

Judge blocks killing of Togo pack wolf
Judge stops culling of Togo pack
Unhealthy smoke slows fruit picking
Apple and pear pickers are coping with excessive smoke from wildfires polluting skies of Central Washington. Some pickers are not going to work.
Farm increases public involvement with classes, hosted dinners
Washington Potato Commission exec: ‘We’re out of acres’
BLM responds to 12 lightning-sparked fires

Nation/World

Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock prices from around the region.
Farm increases public involvement with classes, hosted dinners
“We need to find a way we can complement the houses and be able to survive,” Debi Engelhardt-Vogel says.
Washington Potato Commission exec: ‘We’re out of acres’
Animal agriculture urges disease preparedness in Farm Bill
Eugene, Oregon, recognized as a bee-friendly city

Ag Sectors

Judge blocks killing of Togo pack wolf
Judge stops culling of Togo pack
Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock prices from around the region.
Unhealthy smoke slows fruit picking
Farm Bureau continues fight to stop WOTUS implementation
Animal agriculture urges disease preparedness in Farm Bill

Opinion

Editorial: New forest plan a work in progress
While years of work have gone into the new document, federal judges likely will decide the fate of federal forests in the Blue Mountains.
Column: Make the most of August recess
Members of Congress host town hall meetings to get first-hand accounts of how policies impact their constituents. For farmers, events like this are a...
Editorial: FDA head travels to farm country
Column: Of wolves, wildfires and grizzly bears
Column: End the trade war, now

Special Sections

Nursery industry meets at Farwest Show
Show provides perfect venue for nursery buyers and sellers to make connections and do business.
Nursery blossoms and farm diversifies
The nursery is known for its many hanging baskets — around 3,000 each year — that Diana Wavra plants.
Nursery grows 400 varieties of native plants
Native ornamentals flourish with little water
Nursery serves dual purpose for this Oregon farm