There were not always grapes in Coyote Canyon.
First, it was an arid plot of land, used to test bombs in WWII.
Then, the Andrews family tried growing wheat there, with mixed results.
In 1953, th...
Okay, time to get personal.
Some of my very personal interest are, in no particular order:
Wine; I am from a wine region in Spain (Jerez de la Frontera)
Airplanes, because c’mon! They are...
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed into law on January 4, 2011. It is the most sweeping reform of the United States’ food safety laws in over 70 years. The overall objective of ...
This may be an old map of Walla Walla. . . but not much has changed!
There are days when traveling in rural Washington truly feels like stepping back in time.
What IS This Foreign Object?
Paul and Paradisos del Sol.
Winemaking in Washington is a booming industry and it is the passion of our winemakers. Combining that passion, a prime location with&nbs...
Owner Daniel Flathers is an artisan and creates extremely detailed furniture pieces, custom signs, and custom cabinetry for jobs small and large.
You can find amazing things in East and Central ...
Steve Winters, Account Executive – Northwest Washington Steve has been associated with Impact Washington since 2000, with 10 years on the Board of Directors, two of which as Board Chair....
Craig Doan is an Account Executive with Impact Washington who has 30+ years in the food industry and academics specializing in food safety, food processing, and food product innovation.
The FDA Fo...
The latest Congressional Research Service Report was published on February 6, 2017.
Read it in its entirety here.
By Kristin Kautz, SW Washington Account Executive
Recently, Impact Washington hosted an ISO 9001/AS9100 Standards Change: One Day Seminar held in Vancouver, WA. It proved to be just what th...