Officials did not discuss specific work that the administration aims to speed up for any of the projects.
A Grant County vegetable-packing house will pay $525,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general alleging a supervisor groped, propositioned and retaliated against female workers over a period of years
A large Yakima hotel has been mostly converted into farmworker housing and owners foresee it meeting
A local public utility district, working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, has lifted a
The Bureau of Land Management has a new director in Colorado
Winter canola farmers should monitor their fields for grasshoppers. Seven to 12 grasshoppers in a square meter would merit some action, says Dale Whaley, Washington State University Extension educator in Douglas County.
The Columbia Basin Development League provides an update on replacing groundwater with water from the Columbia River Nov. 1 in Moses Lake, Wash.
A Washington tree fruit company has agreed, in an out-of-court settlement, to pay lost wages and rehire 18 seasonal foreign guestworkers in 2019 whom went on strike in 2017.
Chelan Fresh Marketing and Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers are among Washington companies promoting limited-volume, proprietary apple varieties at Produce Marketing Association’s annual Fresh Summit in Florida.
Washington State University remembers Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and a philanthropist and community builder. The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at WSU bears his name.
Oregon Department of Energy has raised concerns that federal officials are moving too quickly.
The Farm & Food Expo in Spokane Nov. 2-3 offers more than 40 classes for small-acreage farmers, garden enthusiasts and “foodies.”
Specifics aren’t being revealed, but Washington State University and the firm it hired to help manage commercialization of its new’s Cosmic Crisp apple say they will spend $10 million in early promotions.
Food Democracy Action! fine upheld. This is the corrected version of a story that was originally posted Oct. 3.