Nominee promises to be ethanol champion
The Trump administration's nominee for the No. 2 slot at the Department of Agriculture pledged yesterday to be a champion for ethanol, as the administration weighs whether to hold back on some renewable fuel goals.
Will American forests fuel U.K. coal phaseout?
The United Kingdom's break with coal may intensify the debate over a ready replacement: wood pellets from southeastern U.S. forests.
China's soybean import 'boom' engenders price drop — study
The future of biodiesel in America may depend on hungry pigs half a world away.
Panel to advance USDA noms; Sam Clovis not among them
Two of President Trump's nominees for posts at the Department of Agriculture will come before the Senate Agriculture Committee this week for a nomination hearing.
Fire borrowing continues despite aid package
A provision Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) added to a hurricane-relief bill last week was supposed to save the Forest Service from raiding forest management accounts to pay for wildfire suppression, his office said at the time.