Under the Forest Service’s latest proposal, focal areas would be eliminated.
Agri-tourism raising food-production awareness, some farms’ viability.
U.S. officials have said the cyanide trap was placed in error.
Strong demand is taking a bite out of the higher beef supply.
The Idaho Supreme Court will postpone arguments surrounding a key water battle to allow parties on both sides of the case to discuss a possible settlement
Inopportune rain can impact cherry survival, hay quality.
Researchers hope to accumulate enough information to recommend ways to conserve bumblebees and their habitat.
The state’s highest court has not yet responded to the motion as of Friday, according to the court clerk.
Idaho’s economic growth and expanding population are putting pressure on water supplies, demanding continued commitment from the state Legislature to properly plan for the future.
Idaho’s new trespass law makes entering a property a punishable offense, which would legally apply to irrigation district employees taking a shortcut to reach a headgate.
Cameron “Cam” Sholly will replace Dan Wenk, who has been superintendent since 2011.
Since securing protection in the 1970s, they have bounced back in parts of the country.
Definition of “production” to get further review.
The Bureau of Land Management has released 26 wild horses into the Sands Basin Herd Management Area in southwestern Idaho