Incumbent Jack Bellinger was re-elected to the Westland Irrigation District board of directors, defeating challenger Ray Vogt.
Winter outlook leans more toward wet and cold in Washington
Federal and state programs have spent billions of dollars on cost-sharing payments to farmers to help prevent nutrient runoff.
Nature's Path settles with Washington Ecology
The Hirst water decision won’t be resolved any time soon and Republicans can’t expect to Democrats to join them for a governing coalition in the Legislature, an observer tells the Farm Bureau convention.
How much water does Willamette Valley agriculture want? More than was suggested in a proposed reallocation of the river basin’s stored water, the Oregon Farm Bureau says.
Idaho water officials say the state has already conducted 100,000 acre-feet of fall recharge, and plenty of water still remains to be injected into the aquifer under the state program.
The draining of a massive aquifer that underlies portions of eight states is drying up streams, causing fish to disappear and threatening the livelihood of farmers who rely on it to water their crops
WSU researcher optimistic farmers can adapt to climate change
Discovery Farms is a program created in Minnesota in 2010 to gain accurate data on real farm conditions
NOAA upgrades chances La Nina will make Northwest winter cold and wet
The Republican-controlled House has approved a bill aimed at speeding up hydropower projects. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington state, would define hydropower as renewable energy and streamline the way projects are licensed.
An upcoming contested case within the Idaho Department of Water Resources will address the state’s long-time practice of curtailing junior irrigators who use natural flows late in the season to prioritize refilling Upper Snake reservoirs, even in...
Democrats win control of Washington Senate