Ornamental plant breeder Ryan Contreras wants to restore the popularity of nursery cultivars that have fallen out of favor.
Minnesota cited growing wolf population, which rose to an estimated 2,900 last winter, an increase of 25 percent in one year.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting a warmer winter from California through the Midwest to Maine.
John Moisan bought 640 acres of land in South Dakota and turned it into a wildlife haven
Researchers recorded a 76 percent decline in bug volume from 1989 to 2016.
In central Oregon’s high desert climate, farmers have to take extra measures to reap a harvest.
Growers can ask to see variety test results from several locations, but the data from those sites shouldn’t be used to make planting decisions, said cereal variety testing program director Ryan Higginbotham.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has killed a rule designed to protect the legal rights of farmers who raise chickens and hogs for the nation's largest meat processors
Sudden oak death has had ecological as well as economic consequences for the timber and plant nursery industries.
The Bureau of Land Management is taking applications from Western states to test outcome-based grazing, which enables ranchers to manage according to current conditions rather than rigid permit requirements.
Companies in Israel and California are the only two in the world actively working on developing robotic apple pickers as a solution to a shortage of human pickers.
Thinning of forests in central Oregon, where towns and subdivisions sit in a green ocean of Ponderosa and lodgepole pines, has saved homes amid one of the most devastating wildfire seasons in the American West
An Oregon brewery is demanding that a Maine beer maker change the name of its signature India pale ale
The Flathead Basin Commission and seaplane pilots’ groups are figuring out how they can perform inspections on the planes.