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July 22, 2022

Jul20

DROUGHT DECLARATION LIFTED FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN WASHINGTON

DROUGHT DECLARATION LIFTED FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN WASHINGTON

Due to the cool, wet weather in May and June, the Washington Department of Ecology is cancelling the drought declaration for Central and Eastern Washington.

Jul22

FRIES SERVED TO STP RIDERS

FRIES SERVED TO STP RIDERS

On Saturday, July 16, WSPC Staff were in Centralia, WA with the Fry Van at the 102 mile mark of the Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland (STP) Bicycle Classic, a 206 total mile bike ride. Some riders begin their ride at 4am from Husky Stadium in Seattle and have many activation and water stations along the way, but none as popular as our Fry Van.

Jul20

LABOR LEADERS ACROSS THE PNW SUPPORT KEEPING THE DAMS ON THE LOWER SNAKE RIVER

LABOR LEADERS ACROSS THE PNW SUPPORT KEEPING THE DAMS ON THE LOWER SNAKE RIVER

From Pierce County to Idaho, union members back clean, affordable hydroelectricity. A growing movement of labor leaders and the organizations they represent took a stand to endorse clean, affordable hydroelectricity.

Aug05

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2023 POTATOES USA BOARD MEMEBERS

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2023 POTATOES USA BOARD MEMEBERS

Potatoes USA announces nominations are now open for new Board Members for the 2023-2026 term.

Jul20

U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE RESCINDS ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT CRITICAL HABITAT EXCLUSION REGULATIONS

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is rescinding regulations from 2020 that changed the process for excluding areas from critical habitat designations under section 4(b)(2) of the ESA.