An endangered but resilient flower has created a home for itself on a family's farm.
Meet the dairy cows — and farmers — who are stewards of the rare flower outside Chehalis, Washington.
Washington ecologists and farmers are scrambling to slow the avian flu — and get cartons back on grocery shelves.
As the crustacean's population plummets in the Bering Sea, so do the livelihoods of fishers in Washington and beyond.
Instead of praying for better weather in the future, Washington's tree fruit growers are buckling up for more cold and wet conditions.
Ostrom Mushroom Farms promised a few hundred good jobs. Their workers — and the state — believe the company hasn't lived up to its promises.
Washington farmers avoided a bird flu outbreak, but rising supply costs will hit home cooks.
Amid a supply chain crunch, Pacific Northwest farmers exporting animal feed are feeling the heat.
The president celebrated Earth Day in Seattle's Seward Park by pledging to protect old growth trees. But his measures aren't enough.
State leaders and labor advocates are pushing for regulations to protect workers who feel torn between working in dangerous heat and losing wages.
This season's crop was even smaller than predicted. A late harvest may provide one last chance to enjoy the fruit.
A new Yakima office aims to give workers and immigrants a place to gather, share information and organize.
Some researchers say the open-net-pen farms are breeding grounds for parasites, viruses and bacteria that devastate wild populations.
The food that Americans eat says a lot about the political culture they live in. An expert panel discusses what the country's diet is telling us now.
Some think the rainy season’s silver lining is a decreased risk of wildfires later in the year. That may not be the case.
Two greenhouse domes on the Colville Reservation will house the state’s first 'agrivoltaics' project, where food and electricity can grow in tandem on small acreage.