WENATCHEE — The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is proposing to treat more than 16,000 acres of weeds across the 4.1 million-acre forest and put in place a new mechanism for responding rapidly to new patches of invasive plants.
LEAVENWORTH — The state Department of Ecology will host a training session, workshop and public hearing in Leavenworth later this month on new requirements for fruit packers to ensure their wastewater complies with discharge standards.
A powerful wildfire presentation will begin making the rounds of North Central Washington communities to help address this vexing challenge. The presentation features Dr. Paul Hessburg of the Wenatchee National Forest and was produced by North 40 Productions.
WENATCHEE — The Chelan County PUD expects to begin construction next year on a state-mandated project that will reduce phosphorous discharge into the Wenatchee River by combining the PUD-owned Peshastin and Dryden sewer systems.
PARIS — World leaders launched an ambitious attempt Monday to hold back the earth’s rising temperatures, with the United States and China urging the climate summit in Paris to mark a decisive turn in the fight against global warming.
NCW — Fall chinook are spawning in record numbers this year, thanks in large part to public utilities that have been spilling water over dams for years to help fish, according to the Bonneville Power Administration.
LEAVENWORTH — For weeks, firefighters assigned to the Wolverine Fire cut trees, cleared brush and removed or chipped the downed fuel to build a 300-foot wide, 26-mile fireline stretching across the Wenatchee River Ranger District.