North Dakota landowners testified for and against a carbon capture company’s use of eminent domain. Some landowners said carbon companies should not be able to forcibly buy people's land. Other landowners said carbon companies should be able to so they can complete pipeline construction quickly and serve an important public interest. Summit Carbon Solutions' $4.5 billion proposed pipeline would reduce the state’s carbon footprint and allow North Dakotans to continue working in energy and agriculture. The massive underground system of carbon dioxide pipelines would span 2,000 miles across several states, running under hundreds of people’s homes and farms in the Midwest.
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THURSDAY, Jan. 26, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- If you're looking for a healthy way to eat that has stood the test of time, the Mediterranean diet may be your best bet.
Pillen’s plan would increase Nebraska's K-12 education funding next year by $270 million, or 21%. And it would raise its 49th-in-the-nation ranking in state tax-dollar support for schools.
Environmentalists and Indigenous people were important to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's election to a third term as Brazil's president. Now, Lula is seeking to fulfill campaign pledges to expand protected territories in the Amazon and halt a surge in illegal deforestation.
Inflation and supply chain disruptions have only made it harder on school nutrition directors, widening gaps in access to affordable, high-quality food.
Forget about first-hand accounts of Jesse James’ time in the Ponca Hills. But the stories about the James gang — fact and fiction — tie into Pries Lake.
Tribal members are expressing anger at many people, including Republican Gov. Kristi Noem and the Indian Health Services — saying the little help that was offered came too late.
Many fear there won’t be a next generation to carry on family farms — even though large machinery and new technologies have reduced the manpower needed to plant and harvest.
A childhood dream to be a farmer might seem unreachable for a kid who didn't grow up on a farm, but Davis Behle just kept dreaming.
Multiple flood protection projects in California are on hold because Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed to cut their funding.
“Water certainly is our most precious natural resource in Nebraska and it needs to be preserved and protected for future generations of Nebraskans," Sen. Tom Briese said.
Valentine’s Day is a holiday I embrace. A celebration of love and kindness is my kind of holiday. It’s a way to let your loved ones and dear friends know how much you appreciate them.
These antipasto bites take everything you’d see on a traditional antipasto platter and present a little taste of each element on a personal skewer.
LINCOLN — A proposed revision to Nebraska’s “right to farm” law, promoted as increasing protections for farmers, is being condemned by environmentalists as a way to eliminate nearly all nuisance lawsuits. Under Legislative Bill 662, introduced Wednesday by State Sen. Beau Ballard of Lincoln, only landowners who live within a half-mile of agricultural operation, and […]
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Some U.S. and Ukrainian officials accuse Russia of deliberately slowing down inspections, which a Russian official denied.
Inspections of ships carrying Ukrainian grain and other food exports have slowed to half their peak rate under a U.N.-brokered wartime agreement. That's created backlogs in vessels meant to carry supplies to developing nations where people are going hungry. Some U.S. and Ukrainian officials accuse Russia of deliberately slowing down inspections, which a Russian official denied. According to figures that the operation's Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul provided to The Associated Press, average daily inspections of ships both heading to and leaving Ukraine hit a peak rate of 10.6 in October. Since then, it’s been downhill, with 5.3 so far in January.