In addition to the weekly tour, which Starker Forests operates from mid-June to mid-September, the company provides special tours for elementary school classes and other interested groups on other days of the week.
As the harvests of stone fruit in California are wrapping up, growers say the quality of the fruit i
The volume of Agaricus mushrooms sold in California declined 14 percent in the commodity's most recent season, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service.
The Stevens County Cattlemen's Association says moving Hunters, Wash., rancher Dave Dashiell's shee
Oregon State University researchers are experimenting with different ways to help onion growers in the Treasure Valley area deal with possible new federal rules that would limit how much generic E. coli bacteria can be present in irrigation water.
A handful of farmers in the Pacific Northwest are raising triticale for forage and for grain. If crop insurance were available for the blend between durum wheat and rye acreage would "skyrocket," says Howard Nelson with Central Washington Grain Growers.
The agency announced in June that it had reached settlement agreements with four Hawaii farms over allegations that they exploited workers, but EEOC attorneys disregarded the judge’s instructions on filing the proposed agreements.
The snails have not yet progressed into any of Florida’s rich agricultural areas. The snails eat 500 types of plants, including most row crops and citrus, so keeping them away is an important investment for the state’s $100 billion-a-year...
The lightning-sparked fire near the Oregon border had forced the evacuation of people in as many as 250 scattered rural homes and other buildings by late Thursday.
Six counties have so far approved plans to pursue secession, either through elected officials or at the ballot box, and supporters plan to submit more petitions in the coming months.
The environmental groups say the state wildlife managers shouldn't be allowed to kill wolves that are listed as endangered.
Idaho Falls shipping point prices as of Aug. 28.
Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report for Thursday, Aug. 28.
The forecast calls for lower temperatures and higher humidity that should help firefighters.