May 20, 2014
Field research tour set July 9 near Paterson
The tour, which starts with registration at 8:30 a.m., will cover potato research projects, including nutrient and psyllid management, weed and disease control, phosphorus fertilizers from anaerobic digester systems and vine kill treatments for baby potatoes.
Insleea s Life Sciences Discovery Fund veto saves jobs
A plant that flourished in Europe roughly 3,500 years ago could become a major source of biofuel in 2011 as researchers say camelina planted on millions of acres of marginal farm land from eastern Washington to North Dakota might help power the nation's drive for clean energy.
Our Voice: Thumbs up to Port of Benton for managing Crow Butte Park
The plan's $3.9 million worth of projects includes a new playground, expanding the popular RV campsite and adding more boat slips.
Port of Benton commissioners unanimously approve Crow Butte Park update
A wish list for Crow Butte Park near Paterson includes a new playground, expanding the popular RV campsite and adding more boat slips.