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Drought fallows cropland, but the lawns are still green
Drought fallows cropland, but the lawns are still green
As California farmers face water curtailments and are forced to leave acres fallow, urban residents face mostly paper restrictions on their use of water.

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Government out of control
Government has gotten too big and powerful, writer says.
Harming the environment in order to ‘help’ it
Harming the environment in order to ‘help’ it
Legal myopia allows federal officials to short-change one endangered species while trying to help another.
Ignorance isn’t bliss in agriculture
Ignorance isn’t bliss in agriculture
Scientific research is the only way agriculture will continue to progress, despite the opinion of some that they already know it all.
Immigration reform gains added urgency
As many as 50,000 children and teens, traveling without their parents, have crossed the border into the U.S. in recent months. This proves that immigration reform must begin with tighter border security.
U.S. food aid program germinated in Kansas
Kansas farmers came up with program to help relieve overseas hunger.
Why we’re singing ‘That’s Enough’ on EPA’s water rule
Why we’re singing ‘That’s Enough’ on EPA’s water rule
New Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers water rule is too much.
Group forms to protect property rights
Group forms to protect property rights against what its members see as government intrusion.
Agriculture must stick together
Agriculture must stick together
Farmers and ranchers need to pull together to address the many issues facing them.
Landowners make deals to protect their livelihoods
Farmers and ranchers in the West know well how environmental squabbles on federal lands have impacted their operations. Now, owners are entering into agreements to keep those squabbles from spilling onto private lands, and find themselves adopting...

Columns

Harming the environment in order to ‘help’ it
U.S. food aid program germinated in Kansas
Why we’re singing ‘That’s Enough’ on EPA’s water rule

Editorials

Drought fallows cropland, but the lawns are still green
Farmers to feds: ‘Trust, but verify’
Ignorance isn’t bliss in agriculture
Agriculture must stick together
Landowners make deals to protect their livelihoods

Letters

Here’s the real reason for high meat prices
Citizens can’t win against federal government
Government out of control
Group forms to protect property rights