Oregon, Washington and Idaho can expect more extreme weather creating more landslides, flooding, drought and wildfires.
A Clean Water Act lawsuit has been filed by an environmental group against the Darigold processing f
Phillip Gross and the Warden Hutterian Brethren have won the National Wheat Foundation’s annu
Pine Canyon Growers, a two-year-old company in Orondo, Wash., lost its office and packed apple stora
Snohomish County PUD crews are committed to be in California for two months.
The most difficult part of running a certified organic beef operation is finding fields that can be certified.
Departing Washington Grain Commission board members Steve Claassen and Dana Herron both encourage their fellow farmers to get involved with the industry.
A research geneticist has switched from Florida sugarcane to Washington sweet cherries. His challenge is to develop better early and late season cherry varieties.
Washington wheat farmers are working to secure long-term funding for USDA Agricultural Research Service research geneticist Kimberly Garland Campbell’s club wheat breeding program.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, a frequent litigator against Trump, argues to enshrine boundaries of national monuments.
Longtime Eastern Washington researcher Dennis Roe retired Nov. 1. A celebration of his career will be 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 27 in Pullman, Wash.
Executives with Limagrain Cereal Seeds discussed new wheat varieties released in 2018, and others under development, at the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention Nov. 16 in Portland.
Bryce McKay, commercial manager for Highland Specialty Grains in Moses Lake, Wash., outlined efforts to boost the profile of food barley during a presentation Nov. 16 at the Tri-State Grain Growers Convention.
Orca task force releases recommendations