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Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA new study says removal of the Snake River dams will do little or nothing to improve the survival rate of Chinook salmon.
Fruit Grower ReportNorthwest Horticultural Council president Mark Powers says our tree fruit industry is facing many challenges in this coronavirus climate, but isn't backing down.
The Agribusiness UpdatePresident Trump signs CARES Act with funds for agriculture, and Asia meat demand is rebounding.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington cranberry harvest is underway and market signals may be looking favorable.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Cranberries
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWest Coast leaders sign action plan on climate change and energy, and registration now open for the 2014 Direct Seed and Oilseed Cropping Systems
Sportsman's SpotlightLet's assume someone in your family says to you, let's all do an outdoor adventure...like go fishing or something.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportState's shellfish industry may be hit hard by the threat of ocean acidification.
Fruit Grower ReportSome cranberry producers in the NW are following quite a roller coaster ride.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportCantwell questions proposal to cut salmon recovery fund, and EIS need for proposed feedlot.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportDoc Hastings, expresses concern over NOAA salmon recovery "situation assessment".
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportGovernor's Blue Ribbon Panel on Ocean Acidification holds day long meeting.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHow ocean acidification impacts shellfish farming, and WSU and Tilth Producers organic and sustainable farm walks.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU's Cook Agronomy Farm one of ten agroecosystem research sites, and Columbia River Basin increased salmon returns.
Fruit Grower ReportRed Gold. You enjoy it mostly at the holiday season but researchers say the health benefits it provides should be eaten all year.
Northwest ReportUSDA extends comment period on GM corn, a new study looks at economic influence of oceans and Lacy uncovers the new face of farming.