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Imported blueberries are not seriously injuring U.S. growers and don't pose a threat to them, the U.S. International Trade Commission concluded today.
Louise-Marie Dandurand, colleagues, make strides in battling major potato pest pale cyst nematode.
The American Blueberry Growers Alliance blamed rising Latin American imports in the spring and fall, robbing farmers of lucrative early- and late-season sales.
The leaders of several major farm and commodity groups met with president-elect Joe Biden's transition team for USDA virtually on Friday.
A Montana environmental group that sought to stop forest thinning in north-central Washington lost Tuesday when a federal judge in Spokane tossed out its lawsuit.
The new Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance, or FACA, brings together groups typically pitted against one another — food, farming, forestry and environmental organizations.
The Alliance for the Wild Rockies claims the U.S. Forest Service failed to study how logging roads would affect grizzlies. U.S. District Court Judge Salvador Mendoza Jr. asked why it mattered, since grizzlies aren't there.