Inslee responds to loss of dairy cows in Yakima County with emergency funding

Dairy farmers who suffered an unprecedented loss of hundreds of cows during a blizzard on Feb. 9 are receiving help to properly dispose of the animals.

Investing in Washington’s continuing success

Inslee declares state of emergency for damaged overpass near Ritzville

Inslee urges congressional delegation to oppose Farm Bill

Gov. Jay Inslee today sent a letter to Washington state’s congressional delegation urging them to oppose H.R.

Agriculture and industry among top priorities for upcoming Washington trade delegation to Mexico

Representatives from Washington state, including Gov. Jay Inslee, will participate in a trade mission to Mexico later this month.The delegation of about 40 people will visit Guadalajara, Jalisco and Mexico City from May 15 through May 19.

Inslee announces appointment of Derek Sandison as director of state Department of Agriculture

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee today announced he is appointing Derek Sandison as director of the Washington State Department of Agriculture.

Joint SR 530 Landslide Commission

Final Report

Statement from Gov. Inslee regarding news of labor agreement between ILWU and UGC

Statement from Gov. Inslee on ILWU ratification of new grain agreement

“This new collective bargaining agreement is welcome news for the workers and the three grain facilities that are part of the Northwest Grain Agreement. It is also great news for Washington’s internationally acclaimed grain industry.

Agriculture, early learning and health: Governor Inslee announces new cabinet appointments

Governor Jay Inslee today announced his latest round of cabinet appointments, naming directors for the state departments of Agriculture, Early Learning and Health.

Statement from Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on USDA investigation of genetically engineered wheat found at Oregon farm

“News that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is investigating the occurrence of genetically engineered wheat at an Oregon farm earlier this year is a serious matter that I know will raise concerns and a host of questions.

Agriculture

Washington is a leading producer of numerous fruit and vegetable crops, making our state a key supplier of food for domestic and export markets. Our growers feed people across the U.S. and around the world. The agriculture and food sectors are a cornerstone of Washington’s economy in both rural communities and metropolitan areas.

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