An appeal to the High Court is due to be filed soon by the Lunny family, owners of the 80-year-old oyster farm, after a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled against them in their fight for survival against the U.S. Interior Department.
The debate over genetically modified crops needs to be both thorough and spirited, but should be based on fact not internet myths.
USDA Rural Development created 75,000 jobs, financed more than 175,000 homes, provided broadband acc
Writer cites several studies about glyphosate.
The joint state and federal Draft Bay Delta Conservation Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement does not meet its goals and not be funded.
Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Ore., calls on Congress to step forward and reform the nation's immigration laws.
Whole Foods executive responds to editorial on labeling food with genetically modified ingredients.
Some GMOs may prove beneficial, while others may cause harm, letter writer says.
Public records requests by the Capital Press and other news agencies show the Animal Plant Health Inspection Service's regulation of biotech field trials is lax. The agency must take steps to improve its oversight so that all parties can have confidence...
Farmers could find themselves as either beneficiaries — or victims — for events involving Russia and Ukraine.
Idaho has become the epicenter of the sage grouse issue.