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This year could see of the biggest "dead zone" in waters of the Gulf of Mexico since records have been kept and part of the solution could be upstream ...Read More
More than one billion dollars in spending cuts, no new taxes or fees, and a cash reserve for the state. That's the budget plan agreed to in the ...Read More
Even wild horses can't keep the drilling pressure away for Wyoming. The Bureau of Land Management is clearing the way for a gas well and roads in the ...Read More
With summer in full swing, tens of thousands of Oregonians are heading out to the state's camping and wild lands, like Three Sisters or the Wild ...Read More
It's been 30 years since a federal law was put in place to try to limit environmental damage during coal strip mining projects. A Bull Mountain ...Read More
It's a "cash cow" that many think should be put out to pasture. The U.S. House has passed a Farm Bill that didn't do much to limit farm payments to ...Read More
Oregon could see a big windfall in jobs and economic development thanks to a new push for renewable energy. Congress is currently debating a ...Read More
The U.S. House is debating a renewable energy bill and supporters say the law could mean a lot of "green" for Washington State. The law would require ...Read More
Doing it faster, quicker, and cheaper is the way to win. That's the plan being presented Friday as the California Air Resources Board looks at how to ...Read More
It's a Wisconsin country fair with an organic twist. This weekend's Kickapoo Country Fair in La Farge will feature farm tours, cooking demos ...Read More
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