The U.S. Forest Service and Idaho have forged agreements for logging and restoration projects on federal land in what officials say could become a template for other Western states to create jobs and reduce the severity of wildfires
The pre-harvest inventory of U.S. hops is significantly greater than a year ago, indicative of over
Taiwan’s annual purchases of U.S. wheat support about 200 farms in Idaho and 800 farms in the
A University of Oregon study aims to support the new ways businesses are utilizing natural resources
Speakers and “clean tech” competition entries at the Oregon Best Fest event in Portland highlighted connections to agriculture.
Cranberry harvest starts with growers unsure of how many of their berries will enter the marketplace
Oregon counties don’t have authority to regulate hemp production because it’s considered a crop under land use laws.
The state’s Latino population has increased 72 percent since 2000.
Oregon-based environmental group takes on Washington’s Department of Ecology.
report says EPA’s Region 10, which includes Idaho, Oregon and Washington, had stopped or slowed work at 49 Superfund sites.
Equifax stated that 1,721,725 Oregonians were “potentially impacted” by the data breach.
Authorities say a reported funnel cloud damaged buildings at a dairy farm southeast of Salem in the area of Lacomb, Oregon
A keynote speaker urges organic producers to step up and get more involved in research and legislation.
A leaked Trump administration report doesn’t contain many specifics regarding changes to Oregon’s Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.