Public News Service - Environment

A stroke of the pen means drought relief will finally be on the way to South Dakota farmers and ranchers left out of the recent disaster relief bill b ...Read More
Many of Colorado's black-tailed prairie dogs are losing a battle for survival to Front Range development. Some of the biggest and most important ...Read More
Conservation groups are urging the Interior Department not to 'burrow' their heads into the sand when it comes to New Mexico's prairie dogs. Lauren ...Read More
Sen. Harry Reid plans to use the congressional recess to meet with Nevadans on the subject of renewable energy. Energy law attorney Jon Wellinghoff ...Read More
A Montana couple who "saw the light" is saving big bucks on their energy bills. Joan and Cliff Montagne in Bozeman noticed lots of available sunlight ...Read More
Proponents of the energy bill say provisions within the recently passed measure could make South Dakota a major player in steering the nation towards ...Read More
A plan to drill just a few gas test wells in the Bridger Teton National Forest has raised some hackles in Jackson, where some residents are worried ...Read More
People in Washington know when there's a big rain because the Skokomish River is among the first to flood. But the area will get some federal help to ...Read More
A cool, air-conditioned office or shopping mall may be a nice break from August heat, but it comes at a cost. A new lawsuit is calling on the U.S ...Read More
It's "show and tell" time at the Iowa State Fair. Most Iowans have never seen a real wind powered electric turbine in operation, but starting today ...Read More
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