Diane Daggett remembers the conversation with the woman who had just purchased the Daggett family’s 440-acre cattle ranch in Wallowa County, land that had been in the family for four generations.
The buyer said she had called her husband,...
The Northwest Grazing Conference, presented by Roots of Resilience, was held Wednesday and continues Thursday at the Pendleton Convention Center.
The Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council has received a $346,746 grant to build five new aquifer recharge sites.
Research at the Starkey Experimental Forest and Range shows wildlife, including deer and elk, may compete for flowers with native bees.
A lawsuit filed by patrons against the Westland Irrigation District has been thrown out in federal court, but may still proceed in state court.
The Westland Irrigation District has secured a $5,000 grant to install a new water flow sensor in the main irrigation canal.