The Washington Apple Commission is soliciting proposals to redesign the Washington Apple Commission website (www.bestapples.com).
The Washington Apple Commission announces that Nov. 28-Dec. 6th will be the second annual celebration of Washington Apple Week.
Pursuant to RCW 15.24 and under the direction of the Washington State Director of Agriculture, notice is hereby given that a call-in meeting of apple growers, dealers and shippers will be held on Monday, December 7, 2020, at 1:10 p.m., in conjunction with the Washington State Tree Fruit Association’s annual meeting, to nomination candidates for three grower and two dealer members of the Washington Apple Commission for a three-year terms, commencing March 1, 2021.
In early August, the first estimate for the Washington apple crop predicted a crop volume of 134 million boxes (40 lb.), on par with the previous season of 133 million boxes. Since the time of the initial estimate, extreme windstorms, wildfires on the West Coast, and more accurate reporting of crop load on the trees as harvest progressed, suggest a lighter total crop volume for the 2020-21 apple harvest. Over… read more
Due to COVID-19, the Washington Apple Commission May 21st, 2020 Board of Director’s Meeting will be held via Zoom video conference call.
Due to COVID-19 and Governor’s Proclamation, the March 26th Washington Apple Commission Board Meeting at 10:00 AM will be held via Zoom conference call. Members of the public and media may access the conference call with the below call-in information:
Time: Mar 26, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Dial-In: +1 253 215-8782
Meeting ID: 668 762 060
[WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, DEC 11] The Washington Apple Commission is proposing a new Washington specialty license plate to celebrate Washington apples, the state’s leading agricultural commodity and support the Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF).
[WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, NOV. 25] The Washington Apple Commission is launching the first worldwide Washington Apple Week Dec 1st-6th, celebrating the high-quality apples grown in the state. The global celebration across 14 countries will feature the exclusive campaign “From Our Trees to Your Table”, focusing on telling the story of Washington apple growers.
A new video series from the Washington Apple Commission shares an inside look at the Washington apple industry to educate consumers, international trade and retailers.
[WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON, AUG. 7] – Washington apple growers have reported the first crop estimate for the 2019-20 season. The crop forecast is to be 137 million 40 lb. boxes., an increase of 17.6% from the 2017-18 season and aligning with the volume of the previous two years’ harvests.