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  • News & Press - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    Management Economic Impact Low Impact Development Charitable Fund Make a Donation Store Events Search Our Site Search News Press Filter news by category All News Items Regulatory Water Topics Updates WSNLA Deadlines Legislative General Announcement RSS Read about recent events essential information and the latest community news Regulatory Tuesday April 12 2016 0 Comments view add Washington State Department of Agriculture releases annual pesticide report Agriculture department releases annual pesticide report OLYMP Thursday October 01 2015 0 Comments view add EPA Announces Revision to Rules for Pesticide Use on Farms October 01 2015 The Environmental Protection Agency EPA announced several revisions to rules governing pesticide us Thursday October 01 2015 0 Comments view add EPA Updates Worker Protection Standards for Farmworkers EPA Updates Worker Protection Standards for Farmworkers Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments view add L I proposes 2 percent average increase in workers comp rates for 2016 L I proposes 2 percent average increase in workers comp rates for 2016 The agency will hold a series of public heari View All News Items more Latest News 4 12 2016 Washington State Department of Agriculture releases annual pesticide report 4 12 2016 USDA Seeks Partner Proposals to Protect and

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/?id=10688 (2016-04-24)
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  • Notable Snowpack Increase Strengthens Spring and Summer Runoff - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    from SNOTEL and April 1 snow surveys included the North Puget Sound river basins with 105 percent of normal the Central and South Puget river basins with 95 percent and 103 percent respectively and the Lower Columbia basins with 117 percent of normal Snowpack along the east slopes of the Cascade Mountains included the Yakima area with 110 percent and the Wenatchee area with 108 percent Snowpack in the Spokane River Basin was at 95 percent and the Walla Walla River Basin had 127 percent of the long term median The state received above normal precipitation for the month of March keeping year to date statewide SNOTEL averages above normal at 132 percent The central and northeast areas of the state recorded the highest percentages in the state Swift Creek SNOTEL near Mt St Helens received nearly 1 inch per day for a total of 29 1 inches and precipitation for the month of March Seasonal reservoir levels in Washington can vary greatly due to specific watershed management practices required in preparation for irrigation season fisheries management power generation municipal demands and flood control April 1 Reservoir storage in the Yakima Basin was 664 000 acre feet 130 percent of average for the Upper Reaches and 196 000 acre feet or 130 percent of average for Rimrock and Bumping Lakes The power generation reservoirs included the following Coeur d Alene Lake 181 000 acre feet 110 percent of average and 76 percent of capacity and the Skagit River reservoirs at 64 percent of average and 33 percent of capacity Recent climate impacts and management procedures may affect these numbers on a daily or weekly basis Above normal temperatures continue to drive greater than normal daily runoff throughout the state However a strong snowpack and precipitation accumulation are helping to keep

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/284032/Notable-Snowpack-Increase-Strengthens-Spring-and-Summer-Runoff.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Higher Temperatures and Rain Melt Snowpack, Spring Flooding Possible - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    109 on February 1 and 120 on January 1 The Skykomish River Basin reported the lowest readings at 62 of the 30 year median for March 1 and the Methow had the most snow with 135 Most basins reported a net loss from last month primarily due to the lack of fresh snow Westside medians from SNOTEL and March 1 snow surveys included the North Puget Sound river basins with 93 of normal the Central and South Puget river basins with 84 and 82 respectively and the Lower Columbia basins with 101 of normal Snowpack along the east slopes of the Cascade Mountains included the Yakima area with 98 and the Wenatchee area with 108 Snowpack in the Spokane River Basin was at 83 and the Walla Walla River Basin had 107 of the long term median The state received above normal precipitation for the month of February keeping year to date statewide SNOTEL averages above normal at 130 Only north central and south east parts of the state fell below 100 Quillayute State Airport measured 152 of normal rainfall The wettest SNOTEL in the state was Skookum Creek located in the Tolt River Basin which collected 23 5 inches of precipitation or 201 of normal during the month of February Seasonal reservoir levels in Washington can vary greatly due to specific watershed management practices required in preparation for irrigation season fisheries management power generation municipal demands and flood control A very wet February helped buffer some reservoir levels supplementing any chance of lower snow levels March 1 Reservoir storage in the Yakima Basin was 580 000 acre feet 129 of average for the Upper Reaches and 199 000 acre feet or 145 of average for Rimrock and Bumping Lakes The power generation reservoirs included the following Coeur d Alene

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/278625/Higher-Temperatures-and-Rain-Melt-Snowpack-Spring-Flooding-Possible.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Seattle, Everett and Tacoma are asking customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 10%. - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    Management Economic Impact Low Impact Development Charitable Fund Make a Donation Store Events Search Our Site Search Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private News Press Water Topics Updates Email to a Friend Seattle Everett and Tacoma are asking customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 10 Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments Posted by Breanne Chavez Share Our industry is poised to help achieve this goal Be sure to remind and recommend wise water use services that help your current and potential clients achieve a 10 water use reduction In addition share water saving solutions generously with your customers and clients Here are two resources to for your use to share with your customers and client communication channels Saving Water Partnership WSNLA Water Saving Solutions WSNLA is an active stakeholder on the Water Shortage Advisory Group initiated by Seattle Public Utilities and will continue to be a part of the conversation as we move through a dry year and look forward to a similar year in 2016 Back to Index more Latest News 4 12 2016 Washington State Department of Agriculture releases annual pesticide report 4 12 2016 USDA Seeks Partner Proposals to Protect and Restore

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/252943/Seattle-Everett-and-Tacoma-are-asking-customers-to-voluntarily-reduce-water-use-by-10.-.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • News & Press - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    Contacts Pest Disease Management Economic Impact Low Impact Development Charitable Fund Make a Donation Store Events Search Our Site Search News Press Filter news by category All News Items Regulatory Water Topics Updates WSNLA Deadlines Legislative General Announcement RSS Read about recent events essential information and the latest community news Water Topics Updates Tuesday April 12 2016 0 Comments view add Notable Snowpack Increase Strengthens Spring and Summer Runoff Notable Snowpack Increase Strengthens Spring and Summer Runoff SPOKANE WA April 12 2016 All Washington State b Monday March 07 2016 0 Comments view add Higher Temperatures and Rain Melt Snowpack Spring Flooding Possible Higher Temperatures and Rain Melt Snowpack Spring Flooding Possible SPOKANE WA March 7 2016 El Nino did a numbe Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments view add Seattle Everett and Tacoma are asking customers to voluntarily reduce water use by 10 Our industry is poised to help achieve this goal Be sure to remind and recommend wise water use services that help your c View All News Items more Latest News 4 12 2016 Washington State Department of Agriculture releases annual pesticide report 4 12 2016 USDA Seeks Partner Proposals to Protect and Restore Critical Wetlands in

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/?id=10689 (2016-04-24)
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  • WSNLA PROseries Earlybird Registration Ends October 2. - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private News Press WSNLA Deadlines Email to a Friend WSNLA PROseries Earlybird Registration Ends October 2 Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments Posted by Breanne Chavez Share Invest in your business through professional development Don t miss out on this year s WSNLA PROseries Earlybird registration ends October 2 Click here for more information Back to Index more Latest News 4 12 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/252945/WSNLA-PROseries-Earlybird-Registration-Ends-October-2..htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Promote Your Plants, Products & Services in the WSNLA Directory & Buyer's Guide. Deadline October 9. - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    October 9 Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments Posted by Breanne Chavez Share You re invited to promote your plant availability products and services in the WSNLA Directory Buyers Guide In print and online this resource is used all year by nursery and landscape professionals sourcing materials and services for their business and landscape projects The WSNLA Directory Buyer s Guide is the only resource of its kind in Washington

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/252944/Promote-Your-Plants-Products--Services-in-the-WSNLA-Directory--Buyers-Guide.-Deadline-October-9..htm (2016-04-24)
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  • News & Press - Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association
    information and the latest community news WSNLA Deadlines Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments view add WSNLA PROseries Earlybird Registration Ends October 2 Invest in your business through professional development Don t miss out on this year s WSNLA PROseries Earlybird r Tuesday September 29 2015 0 Comments view add Promote Your Plants Products Services in the WSNLA Directory Buyer s Guide Deadline October 9 You re invited to promote

    Original URL path: http://www.wsnla.org/news/?id=10690 (2016-04-24)
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