Idaho groundwater users have purchased copies of a book by former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Jim Jones on the historic Swan Falls Agreement to give to state lawmakers and libraries.
Two years after the legalization of recreational marijuana in Oregon, some vineyards in the state's
Reduction in varroa mites, a lethal parasite, is likely the main cause of the improvement.
Idaho water users say a new state law helped them recharge more water in the aquifer during a big wa
Idaho Wine Commission members say they might turn to the Idaho Legislature to fix an issue that is causing problems for wineries that want to serve wine by the glass at public events in Boise, the state’s largest city.
New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association urged President Donald Trump to eliminate certain large-scale national monuments.
Some of the leading research being done on stevia, a plant that is 200-300 times sweeter than sugar, is taking place in the Treasure Valley area of Idaho and Eastern Oregon.
Idaho cereal experts predict a bad year for stripe rust.
Opponents of a planned community on 1,400 acres of farmland in Ada County, Idaho, hope to have county residents vote on the plan during a special election.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has set a June 5 deadline for new agreements to be reached regarding the alleged continued dumping of Mexican sugar onto the U.S. market.
No farmers or others engaged in agricultural activities have been fined for creating dust since a 2015 rule change that altered how Idaho’s fugitive dust law is enforced.
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.
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.