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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As climate change pushes states in the U.S. to dramatically cut their use of fossil fuels, many are coming to the conclusio…
SPOKANE — Help is available for area farmers to resolve water quality problems, according to the Spokane Conservation District.
ARCO, Idaho — A lengthy project to dig up and remove radioactive and hazardous waste buried for decades in unlined pits at a nuclear facility that sits atop a giant aquifer in eastern Idaho is nearly finished, U.S. officials said.
The Biden administration is raising vehicle mileage standards to significantly reduce emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases, reversing a Trump-era rollback that loosened fuel efficiency standards.
Oregon pesticide applicators will be able to stay certified through a virtual training in December. The training provides CORE credits approve…
Washington legislators are considering an increase in fees for registering pesticides.
A California appeals court has ruled against the state's pest prevention and management program.
The availability of chemical inputs has farmers and suppliers worried.
Fertilizer prices will remain high through next spring, analysts say.
Groundwater will be regulated less strictly under the U.S. Supreme Court’s new interpretation of the Clean Water Act compared to an earlier legal standard affecting several Western states.