Judge stops culling of Togo pack
Apple and pear pickers are coping with excessive smoke from wildfires polluting skies of Central Was
Washington state farmers would like to increase potato exports, but can’t grow more of the cr
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
Washington state’s potato crop was well above-average for yield and quality but its growth rate has stalled.
New strategy would also make use of technological advances, like remote sensing, fire simulation tools and mapping technologies.
Agriculture bears the brunt of trade disputes and disruptions as part of retaliatory tariffs, says Derek Sandison, director of the Washington State Department of Agriculture.
WDFW circulates plan to increase Blue Mountains elk herd
The Trump administration is pledging to work more closely with state and local officials to prevent wildfires and fight those choking California and other western states
Wildfire risk is increasing as more people move into places where cul-de-sac meets forest or sagebrush.
Washington’s policy allows killing wolves if they prey on livestock three times in a 30-day period.
Officials advise people in affected areas to avoid outdoor activity — especially young children, the elderly and people with respiratory problems.
WDFW trapping to collar wolf in Togo pack
Skagit County assessor surveys elk damage to farmland