While the tentative agreement could offer permanent solutions beyond litigation, some expressed concern the five-year moratorium could further delay much-needed action.
In a recent decision, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has opted not to list wolves in Rocky Mountain states under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
The Center for Biological Diversity filed a suit saying that the USFWS was not complying with the Endangered Species Act when it approved six pesticide registrations.
The National Agricultural Law Center is zeroing in on some crucial legal matters for the new year.
Researchers: Expanding migration of South American Whistling Ducks in Louisiana could threaten native species
The State of Louisiana is known as a major wintering location for North American waterfowl. However, a new visitor — a species of Whistling Ducks hailing from South America — may pose a problem to native species.
The Katmai National Park & Preserve in Alaska hosts “Fat Bear Week,” an annual online contest to celebrate the remarkable fat-building skills of their brown bears, which are some of the largest in the world!
In today’s blog post by RFD-TV agri-legal expert Roger A. McEowen tackles the task of building a solid hunting use agreement.
Despite his relentless work on the ranch, seventh-generation cattle producer Matt Pearce is looking forward to a well-deserved break to attend CattleCon 2024, the upcoming National Cattlemen’s Beef Association convention in Orlando.
Veterinarians and students from Louisiana State University are joining forces to give injured American bald eagles a second shot at freedom.