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Farmers in southwestern Idaho have been asked to voluntarily conserve water in an effort to avoid a possible shortage at Lake Lowell near Nampa.

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Agency: Couple more weeks for honeybee results
Sandy, Ore., beekeeper Dena Rash Guzman was first to report a bee die-off. She found thousands of dead bees in and around two of eight hives on the 60-acre farm where she lives.
Aquaponic system combines lettuce, fish
Aquaponic system combines lettuce, fish
Fish and lettuce create a symbiotic system that saves water.
Easter lily growers maintain steady market
Easter lily growers maintain steady market
Easter lilies continue to be a popular— and hard-to-grow — crop that originated in Japan.
Oregon GMO labeling measure qualifies for ballot
Backers of a measure that would require GMO labeling in Oregon have gathered enough signatures to put the initiative on November's ballot.
Research tackles colony collapse
Research tackles colony collapse
Honey bee researchers grind away at finding the cause and cure for colony collapse disorder.
West Nile Virus detected in Morrow County
West Nile is a disease with flu-like symptoms that spreads by mosquitoes.
Lightning causes more than 20 fires in Rogue Valley
Firefighters douse lightning-caused blazes in Rogue Valley.
Fires scorch nearly 900,000 acres across Northwest
Fires scorch nearly 900,000 acres across Northwest
Wildfires have burned nearly 900,000 acres of forests and grasslands across the Pacific Northwest.
Judge lifts order against log exporter
A federal judge has cleared the way for an Astoria, Ore., log exporter to move logs owned by a major Chinese building materials company.
Buzzard Complex Fire scorches 395,000 acres
The Buzzard Complex Fire is burning about 45 miles northeast of Burns, in Central Oregon.