A lawsuit filed by WildEarth Guardians in Idaho seeks to force the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to complete an analysis that could result in restrictions on roads and motorized trails.
About 100 square miles of aerial spraying is taking place in Idaho and Oregon.
The Idaho Potato Commission hosted a tour of the state's potato industry for both domestic and inte
More than 1,000 people attended the annual Fruit Field Day event at University of Idaho's Parma rese
The City of Shelley has hosted a celebration of the staple of its economy — the russet potato — for the past 88 years.
The Idaho Department of Water Resources has approved six projects, including five in the Snake River Plain's upper valley, to study potential new sites for conducting managed aquifer recharge.
Personal reasons have led Jeff Hough to resign his position as executive director of SIEDO.
Weather forecasters are backing off their prediction of a La Nina, which would favor cooler storms aimed at the Pacific Northwest. Instead, neutral oceanic conditions portend uncertainty in terms of weather throughout the West in the months ahead.
Four dry bean industry representatives from Costa Rica toured southern Idaho Sept. Sept. 14-15 and said they were amazed at the state's bean seed certification program.
Despite declining in neighboring states and around the country, cropland rental expenses in Idaho increased 6 percent in 2016, according to USDA data.
The Idaho Department of Water Resources is taking steps to improve its ability to assess groundwater levels in the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer, including in surrounding tributary basins.
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture has scheduled pesticide disposal dates in Twin Falls, Gooding and Nampa.
A Meridian, Idaho, farmer known for his unique and clever corn maze designs has chosen the image of comedian Jimmy Fallon this year, while Star Trek and themes supporting police officers are popular corn maze designs around the nation this year.
The University of Idaho's new dairy and livestock economist already has a number of studies planned to assist producers. But first, he's out meeting the producers he'll serve.