Beginning in late December, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct the 2024 Commercial Floriculture Survey with approximately 1,100 producers throughout Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Rivulis, an international company that offers micro-irrigation products and solutions, has announced the release of new drip irrigation guides to their website. These guides are free and designed to be easy to read, search, and reference by all skill levels.
The weekly crop progress and condition report for the Pacific Northwest is available for the week ending November 26. Cold weather and early freezing conditions were reported as fall fieldwork wraps up.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is temporarily closing five units of the Methow Valley Wildlife Area to the public until next spring.
The closures will go into effect on Dec. 15 for parts of the Texas Creek, Golden Doe, Big Buck, Methow, and Rendezvous units...
A new letter has been sent to the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) Chair Brenda Mallory, demanding transparency in its involvement in the Columbia River System Operations litigation and mediation.
The USDA has released its weekly crop progress and condition report for the Pacific Northwest. This week's report covers November 13 through November 19, 2023. Mild conditions resulted in good grazing and fieldwork opportunities.
Pay extra attention to your dog in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho over the coming holidays.
There are reports of a mysterious illness impacting dogs in these Pacific Northwest states and 7 other states nationwide.
According to reports, the dogs are getting sick with a mysterious respiratory illness...
This week, livestock organizations in the northwest United States joined together to send a formal letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, asking the federal organization to not proceed with a plan to introduce an experimental population of grizzly bears to the North Cascade ecosystem.