Baker and Douglas counties are the latest to receive an emergency drought declaration from Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has issued a kill permit for one wolf in Wallowa County aft
Odds increase for warm Northwet winter
IRZ Consulting hosted 30 farmers from Brazil for an “international exchange of ideas”
Toxic algae blooms are happening more often and lasting longer, including in drinking water reservoirs, and officials and scientists link their spread to climate change
Bartels Packing, a defunct Oregon meat company, wants to pay out more than $600,000 in trust claims to livestock suppliers.
Project operates, maintains a nearly 1,500-mile network of canals, laterals and drains servicing about 165,000 acres.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday that marijuana will be legal nationwide on Oct. 17.
New regulations may be considered for multiple solar projects in Oregon that “functionally aggregate” to operate as one facility.
Congress may make versatile crop legal after decades in the shadow of marijuana.
Metabolites in the blood can identify cows that begin milk production early and are prone to mastitis, according to an Oregon State University researcher.
Restrictions associated with a potential “scenic” designation for 17.5 miles of the Nehalem river could impact forestry and agriculture.
Omnigen Research, which produces livestock nutrition additives, wants a former employee cited for contempt of court in a trade secrets lawsuit.
Dodging a few rain showers and with good quality, strong prices and apparent adequate numbers of pickers — Washington cherry harvest is off to a pleasant start.