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The Trump administration announced plans Thursday that ease protections for sage grouse in the West, prompting an outcry by critics who say the move paves the way for widespread mining and dri…

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California nut growers and processors worked with detectives to crack a recent case of cargo theft, which officials say is a remarkable success story of how stopping crime sometimes takes a community.

Researchers at the University of California-Davis are developing varieties of wheat with more dietary fiber in an effort to reduce health concerns such as colon cancer and heart disease.

UNION COUNTY — Union County voters can decide whether they want their county commissioners to hold public meetings to discuss shifting the Idaho border to encompass most of Oregon and form the…

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The lawsuit is focused on pork and veal rules in California that affect out-of-state meat producers, but business groups fear it could set a broader legal precedent affecting agriculture and o…

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A La Nina is expected to make winter in the Pacific Northwest wet and cold, relieving drought conditions in Oregon and Washington, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday.

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Fires have damaged university research facilities and COVID-19 has slowed ag studies, but research continues.

From the tragedy has emerged a special sort of person — a Hero. This is a person or organization that went the extra mile to help a neighbor, friend — or total stranger. We want to honor these…

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One winery was destroyed by the massive wildfires that are scorching the West Coast and covering the region in a thick blanket of smoke. Winegrowers and vintners are concerned about impacts th…

The pivot grower Jimmy Ukegawa made as the coronavirus pandemic began and shelter-in-place restrictions were imposed in California has paid off in ways he never expected.

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Beekeepers across the region say the LNU Lightning Complex that struck in late August caused severe losses. The fires incinerated thousands of hives, destroyed bee habitats and forage and may …

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finalized its decision to list the Humboldt marten as a threatened species, though it will exempt certain land management and firefighting activities fro…

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When Ellise Sutherland was 19 months old, she loved helping her “Ampa” with the ranch chores. Now 10, she still likes to pitch in at the ranch of grandparents Tim and Kathy Cook near Petrolia,…

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Odds increasingly favor a La Nina weather pattern taking hold by fall, upping the chances for a cold and wet Northwest winter, the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center says.

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The farm also grows organic peaches, nectarines, plums, pomegranates, figs, grapes squash, eggplants and Armenian cucumbers, according to its website.

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The USDA on Tuesday extended COVID-19 relief to nurseries, sheep ranchers and producers of dozens of other farm goods, while turning down aid to dozens of other commodities.

A Superior Court judge in California has shut down an effort to halt California’s quota program, which assesses all Grade A milk producers to pay a premium to quota holders.

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The judge said the petition challenging California’s quota program is legally defective and should not move forward.

After a five-year search with multimillion-dollar grants, scientists at the University of California-Riverside announced last week they have discovered a naturally-occurring treatment for a fa…

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Interior Secretary David Bernhardt spent the day in Klamath Falls Thursday to see for himself what could be done to help find a long- term solution to water disputes in the Klamath Basin.