Reactions vary on USDA’s proposal to move the Economic Research Service and National Institute of Food and Agriculture from Washington, D.C.
The Bureau of Land Management has a new director in Colorado
Forecaster says no place is expected to get a colder than normal winter.
Killing sea lions won’t solve all the problems these fish are facing.
A new national security report details the potential vulnerabilities to increasingly common precision agriculture tools.
Canada has had legal medical marijuana since 2001.
Washington State University remembers Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and a philanthropist and community builder. The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at WSU bears his name.
Oregon Department of Energy has raised concerns that federal officials are moving too quickly.
President Trump may question whether global warming is caused by humans, but scientists detail the many ways they know it comes from our own pollution
Controlled burns are an important part of forest management, one of the tools officials use to try and make a dent in the massive buildup of fuels that has amassed over decades of aggressive wildfire suppression
The likelihood of weather conditions hurting barley production will increase from about once a decade before 2050 to once every other year by the end of the century.
The USDA’s plan to relocate and realign the Economic Research Service and National Institute of Food and Agriculture is drawing criticism from former USDA officials and ag groups.
Biosphere 2 was declared a failure by detractors because oxygen had to be pumped into what was supposed to be a sealed, fully self-sustaining system
Managing bee incubation in step with bloom has been done largely based on growers’ longtime knowledge