It’s estimated human activity causes more than 80 percent of all wildfires in the United States.
The modest rate increase that’s widely expected reflects the continued strength of the U.S. economy.
Some farmers strained by Trump's trade war with China worry bailout checks won't be enough
Costa Rica small reds were grown in a greenhouse the first year and in the field each of the last th
Despite conservation efforts, urban development and the expansion of rural residential real estate over the last 25 years has eliminated farmland across the U.S. at levels not seen since the early 1970s
Purdue's grape team offering expertise helping boost Indiana's growing wine industry
The plan to tap Kachess Lake is just one piece of a massive compromise that aims to end the Yakima Valley’s water wars.
Oregon has been in the crosshairs of U.S. Justice Department leaders for not doing enough to crack down on the black market.
Hypoxia was rarely recorded last century, but it has been observed almost annually since 2002.
Washington State University is raising money for a new pollinator center to help bee research.
Scientists have long complained about the difficulty of obtaining cannabis compounds, as well as the quality and limited variety of the pot available.
A renewable-energy company wants to invest more than $100 million in a biofuel plant in Kansas that it estimates would create 225 jobs and generate $3.5 million a year for area farmers
The Panhandle Research and Extension Center is in its third year growing hops as part of a research project being conducted by University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor Stacy Adams
In a sweeping discourse, weed scientist Carol Mallory-Smith reflected on her career and addressed what growers might expect in the future.