Most of the 900 employees that work in its Wichita-based operations are housed in a 10-story building.
Early Oregon strawberry varieties are showing up in stores and roadside stands, with raspberries, blueberries and blackberries coming on.
The Washington Department of Ecology should rethink a the contribution to greenhouse gases a coal export terminal on the Columbia River would make, a company president says.
Authorities say he received a $76,000 USDA loan administered by the Farm Service Agency to buy sheep and cover expenses for their care. But he sold the sheep without the FSA approval and deposited the proceeds of the sale into his personal bank account...
Critics have said the added regulation is wasteful and solely intended to raise a new, higher hurdle for catfish imports from Vietnam and other nations. Besides the new catfish inspections, USDA has traditionally only been responsible for meat, poultry...
EPA officials say the nursery failed to provide appropriate pesticide safety training to its workers.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has partnered with the U.S. Geological Survey to see which rehabilitation efforts work best.
Four species of parasitic wasps naturally target the larval and egg stages of the ash borer, which has killed an estimated 38 million ash trees in urban and residential areas.
Scientists at the California Department of Food and Agriculture tested seven of the bees and found that they were European honeybees with no sign of Africanized ancestry.
Enforcement of labor laws for forest workers was criticized during a recent Oregon legislative hearing.