Consumers face higher grocery and restaurant bills as the egg industry recovers from a deadly avian influenza outbreak. But prices may have peaked.
Chloride levels are increasing at all Wisconsin monitoring sites and across the Upper Mississippi River basin.
The next Farm Bill is scheduled to come in 2023. It will affect a wide swath of rural America and people in food assistance programs.
‘The nightmare hasn’t really stopped,’ one expert says.
Although they go largely unrecognized and face barriers, Midwestern LGBTQ farmers persist as they reframe the image of the family farm.
A reporter’s interviews challenged his stereotypes of the rural Midwest.
By the end of 2025, 3M will stop making the “forever chemicals” that for decades have bedeviled the environment.
The black carp, one of four invasive species of carp in North America, has made it into the Mississippi River basin.
In efforts to address long-running ‘forever chemicals,’ the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is trying to suck the chemicals out of groundwater.
A consumer guide for dealing with harmful PFAS being detected nationwide, including Wisconsin.
Local officials want to reassure residents about their drinking water, even amid questions about health risks and who will pay to clean up the contamination.
Urban farmers are trying to buy vacant lots to bring fresh, healthy food and green space to their neighborhoods, but they face challenges in acquiring that land.