BISMARCK – Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring voiced concern about protestors and activists near the Dakota Access Pipeline in Morton County threatening farmers, ranchers and rural residents who live and work in the area.
BISMARCK – A federal appeals court has struck down the recent policy change by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that would have forced retail facilities selling anhydrous ammonia to comply with Process Safety Management (PSM) rules, rules historically aimed at manufacturers.
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) has launched a new magazine called North Dakota Agriculture. North Dakota residents and visitors can refer to the new publication to learn more about the state’s leading industry.
BISMARCK – The recent harvest of a three-acre sweet corn plot at Lincoln-Oakes Nurseries netted approximately 37,162 pounds of produce designated for the Hunger Free ND Garden Project. The produce was donated to the Great Plains Food Bank for distribution across the state; as well as direct donations to organizations located in and around Bismarck/Mandan.