The U.N.’s special representative on the right to food, said that states must go beyond ensuring the minimum requirements needed for survival and ensure access to food that is nutritionally adequate.
At least five people have been charged under the Utah law since it was passed in 2012, though those cases have since been dropped.
The leader of Belgium’s holdout region, Wallonia, said that some details still need to be clarified, notably in the agriculture sector and a special dispute settlement court.
A new variety of potato genetically modified without plant pests can be commercialized without undergoing USDA's deregulatory process for biotech crops.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo decided his administration would not seek to defend the law.
The Hicks Creek Fire has charred more than 2 square miles of federal Bureau of Land Management and private land since Oct. 16.
Female farmers now make up about 30 percent of the farmer operators in the U.S., a number that has nearly tripled in the past three decades.
The food security task force will advise the winner of the presidential election.
The USDA Agricultural Research Service Western Wheat Quality Lab in Pullman, Wash., is experimenting with soft durum wheat. Lab director Craig Morris has high hopes for the wheat.
Jon Jarvis calls the sexual harassment horrible and unacceptable and says he was unaware it had been taking place.
Taylor Watzel, 16, became trapped in a grain bin Tuesday and died the following day.
The 519-pound bear was captured Saturday after previously being relocated in 2004 and 2011 due to prior human encounters.
Ashland-based Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center and others filed the suit in San Francisco against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services doesn’t seem interested in helping a foreign guestworker program work for agriculture, a farm labor organization director says.