The Nancy M. Cummings Research, Extension and Education Center near Salmon, Idaho, has begun a study to evaluate groups of heifers in two different environments — range and pasture.
The goal of the prize competition is eradicate mussels in large water bodies. The deadline for ideas is Feb. 28.
An Idaho State Department of Agriculture industry advisory committee has recommended amending the st
East Oregon farmers say it will be tough to replace Clint Shock, the retiring director of Oregon Sta
Navigation locks on the Columbia and Snake rivers will close for annual repairs and maintenance March 3. They are scheduled to reopen March 18 or 25.
A new University of Idaho Extension course, March 16 in Sandpoint and March 17 in Hayden, helps new landowners learn how to manage small, rural acreage.
Following a lengthy public hearing, a bill that would strengthen Idaho’s trespassing laws was sent to the House floor with a “do-pass” recommendation. The legislation is supported by dozens of Idaho farm groups.
The concept is to get top officials closer to the natural resources and cultural sites they manage.
Sheriff’s officers were not able to capture the bull, so the animal was killed in order to keep the public safe.
A federal court says Idaho officials don't have to destroy information from tracking collars placed on wolves and elk by illegally landing a helicopter in a central Idaho wilderness area where engines are prohibited
The idea to privatize the BPA’s transmission assets has been considered off and on for decades.
Idaho farm groups are being encouraged to support University of Idaho’s proposed Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has presented plans in northeast Nevada for a 10-year program that would install fire breaks and restore rangeland in the Great Basin
The number of glyphosate-tolerant creeping bentgrass plants detected in Malheur County, Ore., dropped by 42 percent this past fall when compared to the same time in 2016.