The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced upcoming changes to fish stocking in Lake Michigan.
A chemical sprayed last week in three Indiana counties to stop the spread of a virus deadly to humans may have killed a number of bee hives in the process.
The invasive spotted lanternfly, thought to have come to the U.S. in a shipment of stones from Asia around 2014, has descended upon Pennsylvania in the hundreds of thousands.
The University of Cambridge has removed beef and lamb from its menus and replaced them with plant-based products.
A new U.N. study has found that, in order to curb the damage done by climate change, humans must change the way they grow food and raise livestock.
A virus known as epizootic hemorrhagic disease, or EHD, may result in significant local losses to deer populations.
Clemson University scientists have found a way to keep corn producing food for longer, which could dramatically improve crop yields worldwide.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced last month that it’s offering $75 million in funding for the eradication and control of feral swine.
An alarming study shows that nearly 600 species of seed-bearing plants have gone extinct since 1753.
Scientists may be able to use insect cells to grow muscle and fat in a lab, creating food that tastes and chews like steak, chicken, lobster or shrimp.
The ammonia fertilizer industry produces far worse emissions than previously estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Farmers across the U.S. are faced with tough decisions this planting season, as President Donald Trump’s trade war with China continues and heavy rains make it difficult to plant crops.
A new study published in Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change found that, left unchecked, greenhouse gas emissions will reduce Colombian land suitable for rice production by 60% by the 2050s.
Algae blooms have been known to suffocate marine wildlife and The New York Times reports that 8 million farmed salmon in northern Norway met this fate over the past week.
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has announced that tick-borne diseases are increasing at a record pace.
According to a new study, corn production in the U.S. could be responsible for thousands of air pollution deaths annually.
Choosing between a real or artificial Christmas tree has environmental and economic consequences for Hoosiers
An agrarian movement is bridging the gap between city dwellers and the rural communities that feed them.