Tree fruit growers in the Northwest, Midwest and East hope to make it through frost season with no major losses. Poor pollination weather may make for a light cherry crop in the southern half of Central Washington.
Deborah Moore retires from the Washington Agriculture and Education Foundation’s AgForestry p
Geotechnical specialists are evaluating a potential landslide in southwest Washington after residents noticed land movement and officials evacuated the area
Workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland have overwhelmingly approved the formation of a federally-recognized union
Breaching the Lower Snake River dams in southeastern Washington has been a heated debate for decades.
The outbreak has infected 53 people in 16 states.
Details on huge fine against Sarbanand
Washington asparagus farmers have to balance labor and seed costs with bigger yields and higher prices. The industry won’t feel the effects of paid sick leave until next year, says farmer Gary Larsen, chairman of the state asparagus commission.
Potato shrinkage and loss, disappearance are down from a year ago due to a smaller crop.
Supreme Court tries to pin down what consittutes "substantial degradation" of fish runs
Public utility districts that own five major hydroelectric dams in Washington’s Mid-Columbia region are coping with huge power demands from cryptocurrency miners that threaten low power rates and the region’s agricultural economy.
Snohomish Conservation District hands out awards
The majority of stink bug sightings are from King, Pierce and Thurston counties.
For years, desperate patients and parents have pushed for wider access to medical marijuana products.