A spike in virus cases among workers may mean shortages and higher prices for fruits and vegetables at the grocery store.
Changing weather means farmers must make new decisions as they assess their land during planting season.
Water Lines: Low rainfall and light snowpack will challenge a local irrigation management district with a misguided effort to preserve species over farms.
Gene Goven was the 2019 recipient of the North Dakota Leopold Conservation Award.
Rain, cold soil, wet soil, lack of sun disrupt planting season.
Creating wetlands in strategic locations can help filter out nutrients and sediment.