The deadline for Idaho growers to enroll in the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Soil Health Initiative is Dec. 20.
Columbia Basin irrigators are concerned that damage from a fire in a Grand Coulee Dam may limit the amount of water available in the spring. Rationing or water shortages would have a "devastating" impact, says Mike LaPlant, a director of the Quincy Columbia Basin Irrigation District and president..
The annual winterschool in Stanwood, Wash., has added several activities and classes for the Jan. 24-26 event.
Maintaining healthy rangelands for wildlife, water and wetlands will be a key topic at the California Rangeland Conservation Coalition's annual summit Jan. 21-22 in Oakdale, Calif.
Oregon Fish & Wildlife officials round up pronghorn antelope herd that lived at a chemical weapons depot for more than 50 years.
An enrollment deadline is Jan. 17 for the Natural Resource Conservation Service's Conservartion Stewardship, which pays growers for implenting new conservaiton practices and awards them for good practices already in place on their farms.
An environmental group has convinced the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to to fork over $305,000 in attorney fees in a lawsuit over grazing in Oregon's Louse Canyon area. While the Oregon Natural Desert Association failed to block grazing in the...
Joseph Pavek bred the popular potato variety Ranger Russet and developed much of the germplasm still used by breeders today, though he retired in 1999.
One Washington grower already has been growing GMO apple trees since May 2012.
A panel of experts says the grizzly bear in and around Yellowstone National Park has recovered and should be removed from the list of endangered species.
While some grumble about its direction, OSU's ag college attracts record enrollment and industry support.
Lobbyists for the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation plan to be involved in a host of legislative initiatives when the Legislature comes into session next month.
Former Evergreen employees have filed suit against the company after it scaled back operations. The company's agricultural arm continues to sell parcels of farmland, according to county records.
The director of the Idaho Department of Water Resources will wait for an Idaho Supreme Court decision before commencing with related hearings about accounting for flood-control releases from storage reservoirs.