Land & Water Management

Congress has already approved more than $11 million for design work and $45 million for the first phase of construction, which is set to begin next month.
Wildfires have broken out in Kansas, consuming thousands of acres north of Manhattan.
A recent Cannonball Jellyfish bloom off the coast of Venezuela is a major concern for the seafood industry that fish those waters.
As the U.S. cattle herd hits its lowest levels since 1951, one major contributing factor is ongoing drought conditions affecting many parts of farm country.
Louisiana’s crawfish industry is in turmoil as extreme weather conditions wreak havoc on what is leftover to harvest, threatening significant financial losses of around $140 million.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has significantly adjusted its spring weather outlook this year, notably removing the word ‘flood’ from its forecast.
The Senate Subcommittee on the Environment met this week to confront the complexities of PFAS contamination and its potential impacts on agriculture.
With the deadline looming for conservation plans along the Colorado River, tensions escalate as states grapple with diverging visions for water management.
The Panama Canal could become the number one challenge facing the U.S. grain export system this year, says Mike Steenhoek, Executive Director of the Soy Transportation Coalition.
The drought along the Mississippi River is over, for now, according to the Army Corps of Engineers.
A landmark agreement aimed at salmon restoration and clean energy projects along the Snake River is facing intense scrutiny and opposition from the agricultural industry.
Livestock producers are increasingly turning their attention to grazing management as a key strategy for optimizing production.
CEO and Co-founder Andrew Coppin spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to learn more about RanchBot’s remote water monitoring technology.
USDA Meteorologists are raising alarms over low snowpacks in key Northwestern watersheds that may lead to water shortages and disrupt spring or summer planting.