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EPA’s proposed revisions to the Clean Water Act has meet with heavy resistance from Texans.
Land fragmentation is a growing problem in Texas with no easy solutions.
Americans have until Oct. 20 to submit their comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) letting...
Drought and consumer demand continue to drive food prices higher.
Big or small, one label fits most Texas farms: Family.
Agriculture generates jobs and value throughout Texas.
A little give and take and some real leadership is needed from both parties in Congress.
When it comes to food, Texas consumers face a vast array of choices and a blizzard of buzzwords and...
The Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a “brisk and wet” winter for Texas.
Agriculture is more than just food, fuel and fiber. It’s the foundation of our future.