- Judge halts Big Island GMO registration rules Updated: Mar-10-14 2:26 pm
- Hawaii modified food bills battered but alive Updated: Mar-06-14 10:29 pm
- Study says park bison can be transferred Updated: Feb-27-14 7:16 pm
- Kauai County hires Honolulu firm for defense Updated: Feb-27-14 4:50 pm
- UW agroecology program marks 20 years Updated: Feb-20-14 6:47 am
- Minnesota offers specialty crop R&D grants Updated: Feb-20-14 5:06 am
- County to vote on genetically modified crops Updated: Feb-19-14 6:46 pm
- Ky. ag commissioner reveals 5 pilot hemp projects Updated: Feb-17-14 3:08 pm
- Ag-based curriculum invigorates Kansas school Updated: Feb-15-14 11:22 am
- Dow Chemical rebuffs Third Point Updated: Feb-12-14 4:14 pm
HILO, Hawaii - A judge is putting on hold Hawaii County's registration requirements for growers of genetically modified crops.
HONOLULU - The chairwoman of the Hawaii House Agriculture Committee said Thursday she intends to fight for a bill that would establish a task force to study genetically modified foods.
BILLINGS, Montana - A government-funded experiment on diseased bison herds in Yellowstone National Park shows non-infected animals can be safely removed and used to start new herds, researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and a wildlife group said Thursday.
HONOLULU - Kauai County says it's hired a Honolulu law firm to defend it against a lawsuit challenging a new law regulating the use of pesticides and the growing of genetically modified crops by large agricultural businesses.
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The University of Wyoming recently marked 20 years in offering an interdisciplinary undergraduate major in agroecology.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is looking for innovative grant proposals for specialty crop research and development.
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - The state of Oregon has banned local measures regulating genetically modified crops, but that hasn't stopped a group in Josephine County.
LEBURN, Kentucky - Industrial hemp's comeback in Kentucky will start with at least five pilot projects to gauge the potential of the versatile crop that flourished until marijuana was banned decades ago, the state's top agriculture official said Monday.
WALTON, Kansas - The door to a hen house burst open on a chilly winter day and several south-central Kansas charter school students scrambled inside, squealing "Thank you!" to the chickens as they checked for eggs and replenished their grain.
NEW YORK - Dow Chemical is rejecting a push by a major shareholder to break off its petrochemicals division.