An increasing number of farmers are planting spring wheat in the fall, in hopes of getting a better yield and a higher price, Washington Grain Commission board members Dana Herron and Damon Filan say.
Nature's Path settles with Washington Ecology
The Hirst water decision won’t be resolved any time soon and Republicans can’t expect
Washington State University has named the four finalists for the dean of the College of Agricultural
Another calf attacked in Ferry County, pushing state to brink of considering lethal removal
The Center for Biological Diversity filed Tuesday in Thurston County Superior Court.
Darigold studies how new Canadian policy robbing U.S. milk producers
Washington Ecology proposes rules for wine wastewater
Big growth in number of trees coupled with the first uptick in apple acreage in years shows the competitiveness and bullishness of the Washington apple industry, analyst says.
Like a current retail ban, it would only affect new operators.
Washington’s wine grape vineyards expanded in the last six years at a little more than half the rate they expanded in the prior five years.
The Hanford Advisory Board says more money is needed to clean up the Hanford Nuclear Reservation
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is hosting three public meetings in Utah this week to gather input on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's plans to reassess sage grouse management policies adopted under the Obama administration
WSU researcher optimistic farmers can adapt to climate change