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04/10/15

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., is asking for continued support of the federal Agricultural Research Service centers in Pendleton and Corvallis.

04/10/15

The Klamath Project is slated to receive 254,500 acre-feet of water for the 2015 irrigation season.

04/10/15

Legislation would create tax incentives for urban farms in Oregon.

04/10/15

An irrigation district that serves two-thirds of irrigated acreage in Washington's Kittitas Valley around Ellensburg will start the season at slightly more than half volume.

04/10/15

But an early "bud break" heightens concerns growers have about possible frost damage. It also means that growers get a head start to the growing season, which can improve chances for ripening grapes later in the year.

04/09/15

Former Evening Land manager plants Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Eola-Amity Hills

04/09/15

14 Hands Also Named a 2014 Impact Magazine "Hot Brand"

04/09/15

What started as a three-month pilot program in 2013 to promote Oregon wines will keep flying high aboard Alaska Airlines for at least three more years.

04/09/15

A proposed ballot initiative in Oregon would allow local government regulation of GMO, which is currently pre-empted by state law.

04/09/15

The talks are to work out details of combining the operations and marketing of the two ports' container terminals under one management organization.

04/09/15

The land will add to both wildlife habitat and working forests.

04/09/15

The U.S. Drought Monitor puts most of Oregon in drought conditions.

04/09/15

The North Willamette Vintners invite wine lovers to novice wine tasters to experience a weekend exploring Oregon wine country during its 7th annual North Willamette Wine Trail weekend, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., April 11 and 12

04/09/15

Greg Jones, one of the wine world's most-sought-after climatologists, personalized his speech Thursday morning in the heart of Washington wine country with a note of concern about the frost warnings back home in Southern Oregon.

04/09/15

If a winery maintains a blog about itself and discusses its products, events, and whatnot, it too is considered to be advertising under the TTB's regulations

04/08/15

Washington State Wine today launched the Android version of The Recommendeuer, its award-winning smartphone and tablet application offering an in-depth regional wine immersion led by actor and comedian Greg Proops

04/08/15

Double Canyon, a luxury winery located in the Horse Heaven Hills region in Washington, announces expanded distribution of the Double Canyon Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon to 15 states with the launch of the 2013 vintage.

04/08/15

Wine grape growers across Washington's Columbia Valley are on high alert as baby leaves are emerging from their winter slumber that are being threatened by spring frosts.

04/08/15

With the lowest mountain snowpack in decades, Washington state is eyeing probable summer hardships.

04/08/15

Bud break - the first sign of the new growing season - is 10 to 14 days early. While that bodes well for getting the vintage off to a good start, it also leaves the young leaves vulnerable to temperatures that have dropped below freezing a few times in the past week

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