A state legislator wants to protect farmers from actions interfering with agricultural production. Supporters say farmers feel harassed. Critics see a threat to whistleblowers.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Our Sponsors:Read more »
Many thanks to Barry Goren and Joan Burton some of our many supporters.ALL MEMBERS »
The governor's own group stops short of recommendations and suggests careful study of the economic fallout.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Critics from far and near will voice their concerns in Seattle at a Town Hall event on Sunday.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Advocates and officials are looking for ways to assure there are enough bees to pollinateREAD MORE COMMENT NOW
The fall is a good time to begin doing your part toward feeding yourself and becoming a part of a trend with strong Pacific Northwest roots.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The city has lost a man whose dedication and good works will live on.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
And it appears that sharing food crops isn't going to run into regulatory problems.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Seattle loves healthy, organic food. But organizations face a big challenge looking to meet the demand for all.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Why the big get eaten by the bigger: Success can be the worst enemy of companies with roots in the community.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: With climate change looming, Washington cannot ignore the water challenges it will face.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
A species has come back a long way. But are political forces gunning to stop the gains before wolf populations reach a sustainable level?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Development, cats and pesticides spell trouble for many species in Washington and beyond.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: A local farmer praises the new healthcare system, and urges legislators to work in the benefit of agriculture workers.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
What can you do with a philosophy degree? Alex Currier is changing the way Seattle's urban ag community grows food.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Top Republican under ethics microscope. Seattle's icicle problem. Protesting at Pike Place.
Not to mention, Pioneer Square's pergola's already on the rebound and a top Puget Sound architectural firm relocates.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.
Scientists found a way to make GMOs safer
Biotech researchers think they've found a way to keep modified genes from escaping into other organisms.
- Looking to a nuclear future in Washington
- Job killer? Or creator? Inslee carbon plan launches debate
- Climate change: How to recruit the insurance industry for the battle
- Methane hydrates release large plumes of greenhouse gas off Washington's coast
- Turbulence ahead for Inslee's climate plan
- Seattle's Birdman of climate change
- Energy’s Holy Grail? You can find it at Redmond's Helion Energy
- Oil train safety draws quick attention in Olympia
- Legislators are pursuing answers about small nuclear reactors' value
- Obama's climate deal may be as good as it gets for years
- Inslee lays out first clean-energy ideas
- Oil train safety: A whole lot of worry among Washingtonians
- Are we ready for the next disaster?
- Are we really ready for a big disaster?
- Obama tells Oso: We are with you
- How Alaska's quake changed the Northwest's outlook on disaster
- Seattle's 9.0: What happens when the ground stops shaking?
- The Daily Troll: WA's top schools. 'Seattle nice' meets bicycles. The next Mt. St. Helens.
- Pipeline expansion proposal in B.C. has Washington groups worried, too
- Waterfront development: Will new rules harm fish, Puget Sound?
- When the stars go out all along the coast
- The Daily Troll: Berry workers pick up a court win. JBLM cuts could hurt economically. Orca science: Can you hear us?
- B.C. oil pipeline: A threat to the whole Northwest?
- Earth Day: Greenwashing works well for oil industry
- Lummi Nation: Pacific Gateway Terminal would violate our treaty rights
- Coal ports' critics question the economics
- Inslee sounds alarm about oil trains
- First Nations cross border to protect Salish Sea from oil shipments
- The Daily Troll: More coal trains, ho! Group Health ditches Virginia Mason. Bill Gates, Arne Duncan give teachers some love.
- Coal export plan suffers setback in Oregon