Public News Service - Environment

The Energy Bill that passed the Senate in June will now be taken up by the House. For the first time in nearly three decades, Senators voted to ...Read More
A new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council says the current drought gripping half the country including parts of Iowa is just a taste of ...Read More
Although gasoline prices have slipped in recent weeks, a new report from the National Resources Defense Council shows that New Hampshire remains ...Read More
Agro-forestry isn't a well known practice in Iowa yet, but it may be soon. It's a system that intentionally combines growing trees and shrubs with ...Read More
Ohio farmers were in Washington, D.C., Tuesday to say the state's economy and environment hang in the balance in the next U.S. Farm Bill. Johnstown ...Read More
Many Iowans live within a few miles of where food is grown, but very few venture out to the farms to buy their food directly from producers ...Read More
If you are thinking about going swimming in Iowa lakes, rivers and streams this summer, keep your mouth shut and cover open cuts. The Iowa Department ...Read More
Keeping the lights on is a necessity in any household, but for many Oregon families it's a struggle. Thanks to the legislature, more Oregon seniors ...Read More
Wolves could be killed for sport starting this fall, as a result of a quick change on rules protecting the re-introduced endangered gray wolf in ...Read More
Idahoans will soon have a new "license to kill" when it comes to endangered wolves. New federal rules expand the "allowable" killings, as well as ...Read More
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