“We need to find a way we can complement the houses and be able to survive,” Debi Engelhardt-Vogel says.
The Alkie, Benny and Cutoff fires each burned BLM grazing allotments, which could impact grazing.
Dustin Miller has been administrator of the Governor’s Office of Species Conservation and a m
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2012, a bolt of lightning shot from the clouds, striking the northeastern
New strategy would also make use of technological advances, like remote sensing, fire simulation tools and mapping technologies.
The situation has little short-term impact on Southern Idaho and southeastern Oregon sugar beet growers.
Idaho milk processors hold the contest to hopefully bring new products to market and to foster relationships with upcoming food scientists.
Randy Welk returns to Idaho after five years at NASS headquarters.
The Trump administration is pledging to work more closely with state and local officials to prevent wildfires and fight those choking California and other western states
The first fruit trees were planted in 1906 by the current owners’ great grandfather, who came to the area from Pennsylvania.
The University of Idaho is in negotiations to purchase property for building a world-class dairy research farm in south-central Idaho.
Pollinating conditions not always ideal
BLM announced on July 24 that it would no longer use mandatory off-site compensatory mitigation on most federal land.
The legislation approving the wilderness areas allows continued livestock grazing where it existed before the wilderness designation.