Farmers, port districts and other river users put on a family festival to inform the public of the importance of the Columbia-Snake River system.
Several environmental groups are challenge USDA predator control efforts in Idaho.
Morrow County is considering a transmission corridor to connect wind and solar power to the grid, wh
The dairy’s co-operator sustained burns while trying to move a front-end loader out of the burning barn.
The early rollout will make Nevada the fifth state with an operational recreational market.
The J.R. Simplot Co. has asked a federal judge to issue an injunction to prevent business partner Frank Tiegs from disrupting its food supply.
Washington State University winter canola field tours will demonstrate to growers the benefits of including the oilseed crop in their rotations.
For now, the agreement heads off a warning from the county that it would seek a quarantine on the organic farm, spray it for weeds and bill the owners.
Cherry growers in the Pacific Northwest anticipate a late but very large crop. They believe twice the number of days from last year for peak harvest will keep supply, sales and prices on track.
Cattlemen, hunting groups and environmentalists have been invited to discuss ODFW’s wolf management plan.
Maine Rep. Chellie Pingree is among a trio of lawmakers who wants to more than double funding for a key U.S. Department of Agriculture organic research program
The closure will now remain in effect until officials determine that domoic acid levels no longer pose a significant risk to public health.
In a pen surrounded by 8-foot-high fences, at a research station by the side of a winding canyon road in southeast Wyoming, stand seven elk that are going to die
Fraternity accused of cutting down 32 trees in a Northern California national forest.