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Inland Northwest tribes are using technology to track young salmon in hopes of returning runs to the Columbia and Spokane rivers | The Pacific Northwest Inlander
Inland Northwest tribes are using technology to track young salmon in hopes of returning runs to the Columbia and Spokane rivers | The Pacific Northwest Inlander
This will mark the final release of juvenile salmon whose journeys down the Spokane and Columbia rivers are being tracked by several Inland Northwest tribes
·inlander.com·
Inland Northwest tribes are using technology to track young salmon in hopes of returning runs to the Columbia and Spokane rivers | The Pacific Northwest Inlander
News Releases | Washington State Department of Agriculture
News Releases | Washington State Department of Agriculture
The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA APHIS) have confirmed the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) – also known as bird flu – in a non-commercial backyard flock in Pacific County.
·agr.wa.gov·
News Releases | Washington State Department of Agriculture
Wheat Life
Wheat Life
Sustainable Fams and Fields will use $2 million to help fund climate-smart farming practices April 2022
·wheatlife.org·
Wheat Life
USFS Chief: Timber industry needed to manage national forests | Timber | capitalpress.com
USFS Chief: Timber industry needed to manage national forests | Timber | capitalpress.com
Instead of focusing on disagreements, Moore urged stakeholders in federal forest management to focus on a common culprit: Wildfires that threaten their environmental and economic value. “Unless we address the overcrowding we have out there, we are not going to be able to address health and resiliency,” he said.
·capitalpress.com·
USFS Chief: Timber industry needed to manage national forests | Timber | capitalpress.com