STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Actions and consequences
I've written several stories about how the proposed Food and Drug Administration ban on artificial trans fat in the U.S. food supply could affect Upper Midwest agriculture. One of the stories, an inte... Posted on 11/22/13 at 10:03 AM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Myrtle's Hot Flashes Get Out of Control
Now that life has somewhat resumed at our place after the Myrtle fire came through and Ive hooked my computer back up, I can share pictures I took and give an account of how our family was affected ... Posted on 7/24/12 at 7:00 PM
DULUTH, Minn. – Minnesota’s forests can sustain logging 5.5 million cords of wood each year, about double the current level, according to an analysis for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources released this week.
John Myers, Duluth News Tribune
, October 21, 2009
U.S. Forest Service officials mapping public roads in the Little Missouri National Grasslands have determined that most oil and gas roads are private, which could mean less public access than first thought.
For the past two years, Forest Service staff have used satellite technology to map all the roads on 1 million acres in western North Dakota as part of a nationwide mapping project for national forests and grasslands. Some of the roads actually are little more than paths used by hunters.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
, September 28, 2009
A grazing association official says some southwestern North Dakota ranchers were surprised to get a Forest Service order to reduce cattle grazing 30 percent on national grasslands by June 20. The agency says it’s an attempt to protect resources in dry areas.
The Forest Service manages grazing on about 1 million public acres on the National Grasslands, including the Medora District in southwestern North Dakota and the McKenzie District to the north.
June 05, 2008
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