Fire torched more than 100 square miles, burned for nearly a month and cost nearly $34 million to fight.
The world’s biggest beverage maker is trying to diversify under new CEO.
The company also warned that people are making fewer shopping trips, expects less revenue for the year.
The fire management assistance grant would allow the state to recover 75 percent of its costs.
Crop scouts are touring North Dakota this week to get a better idea of just how the drought will affect wheat supplies
University of California researchers have launched a new website to explain scientific advances regarding the Asian citrus psyllid and huanglongbing.
A field trial conducted by Oregon State University researchers could lead to a special need label for an herbicide that has proven effective in controlling the weed yellow nutsedge in bulb onions.
Cap and trade puts a limit on carbon emissions and requires polluters to obtain permits to release greenhouse gases.
Research shows no difference in wine grape quality in vineyards pruned and thinned mechanically versus those partially pruned by hand. Still under study is any difference in wine.
Washington wheat farmers’ request for $1 million for funding falling number research is progressing, says Washington Association of Wheat Growers Executive Director Michelle Hennings.
A punishing drought that stretches across much of the Northern Plains is expected to cause farmers to lose 64 million bushels of wheat this year
UI still needs to select a building site, then go through the local permit and zoning process.
A $134,000 specialty crop grant will enable the Idaho Bean Commission to partner with Oregon State University and University of Idaho researchers on a breeding project designed to develop advanced yellow bean lines.
A leading soil health expert addressed about 70 Caribou County, Idaho, growers regarding the importance of planting multi-species cover crops and maintaining a diversity of living roots in their soil.