The Maui group was joined by Neil Young, who performed a song from his upcoming album called “The Monsanto Years.”
More than 25 million chickens, turkeys and ducks have been killed in Iowa, and it has taken time to find places to dispose of their carcasses.
A total of 48 Republicans supported the measure, but only 14 of the Senate’s 44 Democrats bac
Longshoremen have approved a deal with the association representing ports, ending a labor dispute that has hobbled operations at the ports.
The lawsuit centers on a 2010 decision to cut grazing by 18 percent on the Jarita Mesa and Alamosa grazing allotments.
In Otter Tail County, Minn., officials are taking an analytical approach and reaching out to landowners with customized guidance on how to meet the local ordinance.
The SAFE program pays landowners to idle land for 10-15 years and offers financial help with creating or improving wildlife habitat.
new cases have fallen off sharply and the focus is turning toward getting poultry farms back into production.
Many senators will press leaders and colleagues to wrap things up in time to start the weeklong Memorial Day recess on Saturday.
Key elements of White House's plan to promote honeybee health mirrors recommendations by a Washington state study group.
The Senate has topped the 60 votes needed to begin substantive action on Obama’s bid for “fast track” negotiating authority.
Several hundred people attended a presentation in Boise to hear how a former anti-GMO activist changed his mind and now supports the use of genetically engineered crops.
China’s impact is partly shaping the U.S. debate over whether Congress should grant Obama greater trade-negotiation authority.
The House Agriculture Committee voted 38-6 to repeal a “country-of-origin” labeling law for meat on Wednesday.