Farmers in Colorado, Kentucky, and Virginia want to plant hemp, federal government be damned.
An overseas appetite for California almonds and pistachios has sent farm values soaring.
Weeks after destroying dozens of acres of wildlife habitat, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is mum on why they did it.
Freezing temperatures threaten the state's citrus crops. And of course this is only a taste of the climate chaos to come.
Byron Hurt's film aims to "speak directly to an African American audience" in ways that other food films haven't.
The Golden State's birthrate has dropped to 1.94 and economists are freaking out.
But under Obama, far, far less land has been protected than under other recent presidents -- even George W. Bush.
Environmentalism is not necessarily Green.
Gas tax income is falling as cars get more efficient. Can drivers stand to be taxed per mile driven instead?
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