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(Reuters) - North Dakota farmer Justin Zahradka will plant wheat this spring on 40 acres that has been off-limits for two decades, protected by a government conservation program that is shrinking as high crop prices make farmland more valuable.
exxon-gas-flaring-photo01.jpgThe debate over flaring unconventional oil and gas in shale basins across the United States has suddenly heated up immensely (excuse the bad pun). On March 27, the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economy (CERES) penned a letter calling for an end to the practice, writing,
Touring bicyclists wanting to retrace the path of explorers Lewis and Clark or pedal through the northern tier of the U.S. are being warned to steer clear of northwest North Dakota because of heavy oil traffic.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota has a new administration chief.
Two North Dakota organizations are threatening to sue two of the three members of the board that regulates coal mining in the state, claiming they shouldn't be able to consider a pending permit for a coal company whose officials donated to their campaigns.
TIOGA, N.D. — Along the wide-open expanses and rolling prairie of western North Dakota surrounding the state's booming oil patch, all sorts of bizarre litter...
Scientists at North Dakota State University are analyzing materials that could play a role in North Dakota oil and gas exploration.
A South Dakota State University graduate student is helping track deer in northeast North Dakota as part of a study to learn more about the animals' movement, mortality and habitat use in an area dominated by agriculture.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple tapped retired Hess official Wayne Biberdorf as the state's new energy impact coordinator on Thursday.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple is set to announce his appointment to the newly created position of energy impact coordinator for the state.