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04/28/17

A bill easing land use restrictions for Oregon cider businesses is making progress in the legislature with little opposition.

04/28/17

Worried about labor shortages and seeking to protect their workers, five Oregon agricultural groups . . .

04/28/17

Idaho's Portneuf, Boise and Humboldt rivers are now covered by flood warnings, and snowpacks exceeding 200 percent of normal still remain in some of the state's mountains.

04/28/17

Oregon's Willamette Valley: Home to some of the finest Pinot Noir in the world, fantastic truffles, excellent restaurants, and…French investors?

04/27/17

This summer, the Auction of Washington Wines celebrates its 30th anniversary, and it's coming off a record year of fundraising that positions it as the fourth-largest charity wine auction in the U.S.

04/27/17

The Southern Oregon Grape Fair's Facebook page said it is cancelled this year.

04/27/17

Pour Oregon pours wine from almost every single wine region of Oregon.

04/27/17

Pour Oregon, a one-day festival features some of the regions more interesting winemakers.

04/26/17

While sustainability has become a major push among winegrape growing regions out West, it's only natural to see how their Eastern compatriots would be interested in pursuing similar goals. Growers and Cornell Cooperative Extension developed a voluntary self-assessment sustainability program called VineBalance.

04/26/17

Multiple controversial bills related to Oregon agriculture have recently met their end, at least for the 2017 legislative session.

04/26/17

Nine Eastern Idaho canal companies have formed a group to conduct managed aquifer recharge to benefit their local groundwater districts.

04/26/17

Vineyards and culinary marvels beckon in the austere backcountry of the Valle de Guadalupe in Mexico.

04/25/17

Gem State winemakers produced two best-of-class awards and 11 gold medals at this spring's international Cascadia Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore.

04/25/17

The House in the state Legislature approved minor changes by the Senate to its original bill 93-2 on Monday. The House overwhelming passed the original bill 94-4 on Feb. 28, and the Senate passed a tweaked bill 43-6 on April 11, which the House concurred with Monday.

04/25/17

"Who's going to come out here and do this work when they deport them all?"

04/25/17

The Roseburg winery was up against 2,000 other wineries across Oregon, Washington and Idaho to become the first winery in southern Oregon to achieve this award.

04/24/17

Gem State winemakers produced two best-of-class awards and 11 gold medals at this spring's international Cascadia Wine Competition in Hood River, Ore.

04/21/17

Idaho groundwater districts participating in water call settlement with the Surface Water Coalition have exceeded their goal of conserving 240,000 acre-feet of water in 2016.

04/21/17

Last fall, Washington winemakers brought in more than 21,000 tons of syrah, a record level for the state. Syrah certainly plays an important role in Washington red blends, but it stands alone pretty well, too.

04/21/17

Momtazi Vineyards has won awards for the grapes it has grown in McMinnville for 18 years. Upcoming vineyard owners Harihara and Parvathy Mahesh are also joining Momtazi in a lawsuit.

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