The lawsuit challenges the Forest Service’s authorization of the grazing allotments in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has waived a requirement that Palisades Reservoir space-holders keep their canal gates shut through winter.
The seven-page lawsuit filed last week in U.S. District Court seeks not less than $100,000 in damages plus attorney fees.
Six Idaho agricultural businesses that face a critical worker shortage are using state inmates to he
The pumpkin is on display at a popular corn maze in Meridian.
The Interior Department last week opened a public comment period to amend the plan concerning the chicken-size bird.
Wine grape harvest is probably 80 to 90 percent done in Washington but vineyards still picking are busy trying to beat forecasts of rain and colder temperatures. Washington’s harvest appears relatively normal compared with Idaho seeing freeze...
An upcoming conference about climate change will to be hosted at Boise State University, Idaho State University and University of Idaho.
Early data from an ongoing Idaho grazing study planned to last a decade shows no harm to sage grouse on public lands caused by spring grazing.
House Bill 3144 cancels court orders for spilling water and analyzing dam removal.
Members of the Caldwell business community got a closer look at some of the challenges the state’s farming industry faces Oct 10 during a panel discussion by farm industry leaders.
A 50-pound bag of jumbo yellow onions is selling for $10 to $11, nearly twice the price of a year ago.
Potato harvest is a unifying social, economic force in Eastern Idaho
East Idaho corn growers have started harvesting high-moisture corn, which is harvested as grain but fermented like silage for added digestibility.