Amalgamated Sugar Co. may irrigate crops with some of the wastewater now treated by the city of Nampa.
The state feeds elk in an effort to prevent them from eating hay and alfalfa meant for livestock in
Citrus and vegetable growers pull out all the stops to minimize frost damage to their crops as Calif
Wolf depredation complaints among Idaho cattle and sheep producers has gradually decreased since the state held its first hunting season in 2009. But wolf control efforts in Idaho have been significantly impacted by federal funding cuts.
Dairy company helps food distribution nonprofit provide for food banks and shelters.
The Wheat Foods Council is defending the health characteristics of enriched grains. The council says enriched grains are responsible for lowering neural tube birth defects and a primary source of folic acid. Council president Judi Adams says enriched...
Washington state considers rolling the existing medical marijuana program into the new recreational marijuana program.
Despite the risks involved, hundreds of people are eager to step into Washington state's new recreational marijuana industry. Potential profits are high, but pot's federal status remains unchanged: It's illegal under the Controlled Substances Act.
New Idaho Cattle Association president Jared Brackett says the organization's plate is full with environmental and wildlife issues. Among them are grazing permits, sage grouse habitat and elk populations on private property.
Officials say the new high-speed rail line is on track despite recent legal setbacks.
Federal officials plan to prosecute a hunter whose illegal fire started a huge wildfire in and near Yosemite National Park.
Washington State University researchers will monitor wolves and cattle in an effort to reduce depredations on livestock.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled that weddings and corporate events aren't permissible on farmland, but smaller-scale events that feature agricultural education, like birthdays, are allowable. Structures used solely for promotions, even temporary...
A California congressman says the state's planned $68 billion high-speed rail project "is dead in the water" after a judge last week tore up state funding plans for the rail line. Rep. Doug LaMalfa will seek other uses for federal funds devoted to the...