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09/02/15

Oregon wine industry's top restaurants, wine director nominated by public

09/02/15

Nance will succeed Heather Unwin, who served in the role from 2012 through earlier this summer. Under Unwin's watch, Red Mountain saw tremendous growth and development. Among them:

09/02/15

Washington Department of Ecology warns irrigators in King and Snohomish counties that their water rights could be curtailed if the drought carries over into next year.

09/02/15

Nurseries should resist the temptation to overwhelm consumers with plant information,.

09/02/15

Eighteen large wildfires are burning in Idaho.

09/01/15

Seattle Magazine Awards Walla Walla Winemaker & Vineyard Best of in Annual Issue

09/01/15

In her role, Jennifer will be responsible for planning and implementing a communications agenda to encourage further recognition of the Red Mountain AVA as one of the great appellations in the world for Cabernet Sauvignon driven wines.

09/01/15

Charlie Auclair, owner and winemaker for Auclair Winery, brought in the white wine grapes from Artz Vineyard on Red Mountain.

09/01/15

As we take a look at August through photos we took, one thing becomes clear (as if it already wasn't): Harvest is hot and heavy.

09/01/15

Some of Oregon's top wineries are seeking to raise the international profile of the state's Pinot Noir via a major new auction, which will feature exclusive, small parcels from the 2014 vintage.

09/01/15

"We are so pleased to be in a position to donate our WineGrapeTek Optical MOG Sorter," said Eric Horner, vice president of WECO (Woodside Electronics Corp.) and a WSU alumnus. "We think the opportunity for WSU students to be exposed to this technology during their education will provide a great understanding of the benefits."

08/31/15

A weather pattern change had to happen sometime, and that sometime is now. Rain is not always welcome in western Washington, but I suspect that it will be this weekend. After a long dry spell, folks west of the Cascades can expect pennies from heaven on Saturday, and lots of them.

08/28/15

"I started cooking at 13 years old," he told Great Northwest Wine. "My parents had a little Mexican takeout restaurant in Southern California. I started working there in junior high."

08/28/15

Extreme drought covers 85 percent of Washington, a huge jump in just one week.

08/28/15

Loss of grazing ground and hay stacks is hitting ranchers hard in the Okanogan fire.

08/28/15

Kim Kidwell, acting dean of Washington State University's College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences, says the college will keep moving forward in light of the leadership shuffle that has followed WSU President Elson Floyd's death.

08/28/15

A wildfire in Okanogan County - the largest blaze ever recorded in the state - grew to nearly 438 square miles and heavy smoke grounded air resources.

08/28/15

The Madison Soil & Water Conservation District is in the first year of a grant to quantify the economics of how various soil-health practices affect fields on five Eastern Idaho farms.

08/28/15

Vineyards across the Mid-Valley are gearing up for harvest with the bar set much higher by last year's haul, when overall grape harvest in the state jumped 39 percent compared with 2013.

08/28/15

Nine courses started Monday in the $23 million Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center located on the Tri-Cities campus. Students are studying winemaking, grape growing and other horticultural subjects.

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