Pot is legally grown in Northern California and Southern Oregon for medical purposes and illegally for the black market.
Deputies say they found a 26-year-old Monroe, Mich., man and his 23-year-old wife at their house nearby and discovered they had been shooting. A target in their backyard was in line with where the migrant workers had been working, about 250 yards away.
The Wyoming wolf plan the judge rejected took effect in 2012. It classified wolves as unprotected predators subject to being shot on sight in most of the state.
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and their Brazilian counterparts signed the agreement in Washington Wednesday. Under the terms, the United States will make a final one-time payment of $300 million to Brazil.
North Dakota Grain Growers Executive Director Dan Wogsland said he worries that Ducks Unlimited biologists might have “indirect influence” when questions of compliance arise.
The state told the judge it wanted to resolve the issue quickly because it has scheduled a wolf hunt starting Wednesday in a trophy-hunting zone bordering Yellowstone National Park.
The study is the first of its kind to examine the direct and indirect economic impacts of recreation spending tied to U.S. Bureau of Land Management property with habitat for sagebrush-dependent species.
Willow is one of just a handful of service dogs in the United States trained to detect gluten — a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley and rye.
The weed some officials refer to as “Satan” has moved into the Midwest from cotton country, and was discovered in western Iowa soybean fields last year. It’s native to desert regions of the southwest U.S. and northern Mexico.
The governor responded Wednesday by ramrodding through an administrative rule making the state’s wolf plan legally binding. The Wyoming Attorney General’s Office has asked the judge to reconsider her decision and return wolf management to...
The trailer might have been sitting at the Flying J Truck Stop west of Missoula for a month before it was discovered.
That’s fewer than the 10-year average of 3,877 fires, but nearly triple the 10-year average of 452,039 acres.
Vilsack said farmers can sign up as soon as Sept. 29 but he expects they will take several months to research their options, talk with advisers and use online calculators to determine their best choices.
The federal judge's order was the latest setback for Wyoming, which has been stymied over the years in attempts to gain control of its wolf population.