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05/18/16

One of the most visible new vineyards in Northcentral Washington has finished planting.

05/18/16

Oregon's scenic Columbia River Gorge is the stage for one of the hottest disputes in Oregon's Tuesday primary - a proposal by Nestle to build a bottled water plant in Cascade Locks, using water from a mountain spring.

05/18/16

Idaho's agriculture director, Celia Gould, told a House subcommittee Tuesday that distant...

05/18/16

The Idaho Land Board approved a strategic plan May 17 suggesting that the Idaho Department of Lands re-invest revenue from sales of some of its properties in agricultural and timber land.

05/17/16

The guide helps visitors discover the people, wines and unique local culture that make Oregon's wine regions special

05/17/16

There's not much pretense, but there's a wealth of overlooked winemaking talent in Southern Oregon's Rogue Valley, and the unpretentious Rob Folin of Folin Cellars serves as an example of both.

05/17/16

Cabernet Franc is Washington's No. 4 red wine grape (after Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah), and dozens are being produced as standalone varietal wines.

05/17/16

Gary Cunningham needs no help selling them, but 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards is poised to release the inaugural wines labeled with the new Eagle Foothills American Viticultural Area designation - the first sub-AVA of the Snake River Valley in Idaho.

05/17/16

The prohibition against genetically engineered crops in Oregon's Josephine County has been struck down by a judge who ruled the ordinance is pre-empted by state law.

05/17/16

An Idaho Department of Water Resources official said his agency will send curtailment notices affecting 204 Eastern Snake Plain groundwater rights on May 17, under the Surface Water Coalition's delivery call.

05/17/16

Its oldest vines were planted in 1972 at Mercer Ranch Vineyards (now Champoux Vineyards). And appropriately, those first vines were Cabernet Sauvignon. Today, Cabernet Sauvignon is the most important grape in the region, taking up nearly 5,800 of the 13,657 acres of wine grapes in the AVA. As recently as 2009, fewer than 3,000 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon were planted.

05/17/16

Ken and Jill Peck, shown in 2008, started Dakota Creek Winery near Blaine in 2005. They now plan to enjoy their retirement, having sold all of their inventory

05/17/16

The founder and CEO of Willamette Valley Vineyards is creating another winery on the other side of Oregon - and he's bringing hundreds of friends and investors along

05/16/16

Cabernet Franc is Washington's No. 4 red wine grape (after Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah), and dozens are being produced as standalone varietal wines

05/16/16

Washington State University scientists believe they have discovered a sweet spot for irrigating white wine grapes.

05/12/16

A Timeline Shared with Recognized Leaders in Oregon's Viticultural History

05/12/16

To carry out a new federal rule, the Washington State Department of Agriculture plans to set up an on-farm inspection program, raising questions about how far the inspections will reach into growers' operations and pocketbooks.

05/12/16

On a quick tour of Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon this past week, Farm Service Agency Administrator Val Dolcini said there was tough competition for federal Conservation Reserve Program funding this year, praised the impact of loans to new and...

05/12/16

members of the OSU Integrated Plant Protection Center have developed a Pest Management Strategic Plan (PMSP) for Oregon wine grapes

05/11/16

Record-setting heat during April kick-started the 2016 vintage in the Pacific Northwest wine industry, with the Walla Walla Valley recording nearly twice as many growing degree days during the same month of last year's historically hot season.

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