• Voters-Farmers

    Voters-Farmers0

    Whatsupstream sponsors want you to think that voters are up in arms about farming, water quality and the environment.   But wait, even their own (biased) survey shows this is far from the truth! Whatsupstream sponsors make several bold statements about the concern of the voters of Washington about water quality and farming practices. Yes,READ MORE
  • Urban pollution bad? Dairy part of solution?

    Urban pollution bad? Dairy part of solution?0

    Urban pollution bad? Dairy part of solution? 11/13/2017 Farmers keep wondering why environmental groups like Puget Soundkeeper, Waterkeeper Alliance, RE Sources and Western Environmental Law Center keep trying to force our dairy farms out of business. Shouldn't they be focusing a bit more on urban pollution, the clearly established cause of most pollution? This newREAD MORE
  • Unequal treatment? Massive sewage spills vs tiny farm spills

    Unequal treatment? Massive sewage spills vs tiny farm spills0

    Unequal treatment? Massive sewage spills vs tiny farm spills 10/10/2017   Something smells here and it isn't rotten fish. The Columbian reported on Oct 5 about the massive sewage spill from the Vancouver, WA sewage treatment plant. About 510,000 gallons of sewage, including 400,000 of raw sewage (feces and the like), went into the ColumbiaREAD MORE
  • The Farmer-Tribal Partnership–a Better Way to Go

    The Farmer-Tribal Partnership–a Better Way to Go0

    The Farmer-Tribal Partnership--a Better Way to Go 2/2/2017 A new model is appearing. Today's farmers and tribal leaders are realizing that their mutual goals are best pursued by working together rather than through animosity, litigation and false accusations. It's happening in our state with increasing frequency. A dairy farm in Monroe has been working withREAD MORE