RENO, Nev. (AP) — Federal land managers have withdrawn more than 500 square miles of public land from a swath of eastern Nevada where oil and gas drilling leases go to auction this week after a judge blocked the Trump administration's attempt to ease protection of sage grouse habitat.
Late Thanksgiving among possible factors
The donation by the J.R. Simplot Co. triggered the release of $10 million in state appropriated funding.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The governor of Idaho has ordered a third-party data review of Lake Coeur d'Alene as its health continues to deteriorate.
Idaho shivered through its coldest October on record, while Washington weathered its second-coldest October and the coolest in more than a century, according to the National Oceanic and Atmosp…
Demand for smaller package sizes continues
Southwind Farms, after 20 years, keeps expanding
Fletchers own Boise home, Vale, Ore., hemp farm
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Boise Cascade L.L.C. (BCC) on Thursday reported third-quarter earnings of $27.2 million.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A giant forest project in Idaho rejected by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is on again, and an environmental group says it violates the court's orders and will stop …
Southern Idaho’s roots are in the land and it has retained that connection through its decades of progress.
Program graduated more than 950 since 1985
Ag-industry input sought
Budgets likely tight
Chobani has announced the recipients of five grants in the Magic Valley of south-central Idaho totaling $200,000 through the company’s Community Impact Funds.
SunRidge Dairy to increase waste-handling capacity, add some cattle
Cattle and farming operation will pay a fine and restore river bed and banks.
CHALLIS, Idaho (AP) — Officials say they plan to use a helicopter to capture 365 wild horses in central Idaho in early November to reduce the number of horses to about 185.
Leader of Zamzows chain finds the answers in soil health
November-April effort often increases snowpack by double-digit percentages
Crop lags record 2018 but looks good as wet, cool growing season concludes
PORTLAND — Idaho wildlife officials want to overturn a federal judge’s order to destroy data collected from wolf and elk collars that he determined were attached unlawfully.
Geopolitics, FARM updates, federal marketing order among topics
Focuses on established relationships, new opportunities
Impact of early cold in parts of Idaho, Oregon varied by crop, site
Odds modestly favor above-average temperatures in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Northern California this winter, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center…
Management alternatives under review for wildfire, habitat protection
Big Idaho Potato Harvest Meeting expected to draw hundreds to Fort Hall
Meeting set Nov. 4 in SE Idaho
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Authorities have released plans to stop devastating wildfires in southwestern Idaho, southeastern Oregon and northern Nevada with one option creating 1,500 miles of fuel br…
A $1 million donation has pushed the University of Idaho past the halfway point for funding its new $8 million meat science facility, slated to open in 2023.
University personnel and others collected 4,000 pounds of soil.
Chris Simons comes from Cargill
Spear’s work will focus on bringing viable varieties to market.
Some water lost
IRRC educational outreach noted
Emphasizes cross-boundary cooperation to reduce wildfire, improve forest health
Process fixes pay off in first year
A chance meeting several years ago began a relationship between an African agricultural advocate and an Idaho ag leadership group.
The company primarily serves the needs of McCain Foods but hopes to expand.
New spending urged for emergencies only amid slowing growth
Okerlund to lead IFPC
Letter of intent signed at Boise ceremony
A six-week course from the University of Idaho is aimed at helping people who are new to managing forests.
The American Farm Bureau Federation and the National Council of Agricultural Employers say proposed changes to the H-2A-visa agricultural guestworker program could increase, not decrease, labor costs.
Oct. 5 gathering to celebrate farm, ranch land, encourage protection
A slight increase in U.S. hop stocks is indicative, a leading producer says, of a relatively good balance between supply and demand.
Turning a non-native weevil loose to feed on the invasive weed yellow starthistle likely won’t harm native plants or cause other environmental damage, the USDA said Tuesday.
The state’s plan to manage and stabilize the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer is ahead of schedule, but more recharge capacity is needed.
Groundwater transfers from 2012 to 2018 have had a negligible cumulative effect on the Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer and Snake River reaches.
Lack of extreme summer heat aided quality
Officials see crop diversity, processing up close; McIntyre Farms honored
Weather-delayed planting leads to a late harvest.
Barges loaded with wheat and other commodities must wait until a fix has been made.