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  • Idaho offers free pesticide disposal

    Free pesticide disposal is available May 12 in Coeur d’Alene through the Idaho Department of Agriculture. The event is open to agricultural producers, pesticide dealers, professional applicators and homeowners who …

  • Idaho wildlife official warns against changing elk importing rules

    BOISE – Idaho’s top wildlife official says an obscure rule change sought by domestic elk ranchers threatens the state’s hunting industry by introducing a deadly parasite into wild game populations. …

  • Bryozoans, ancient microscopic animals, thrive in Hayden Lake

    Diane Lawrence couldn’t identify the gelatinous masses attached to the community dock in her Hayden Lake subdivision. They were translucent with a jellyfish-like texture, and they kind of gave her …

  • Sandpoint to fight milfoil by hand

    SANDPOINT – City officials in Sandpoint are declining an offer from the Idaho Department of Agriculture to apply herbicide in Lake Pend Oreille near city beaches to eradicate Eurasian milfoil. …

  • Mussel-laden boats stopped at border

    Two boats fouled with invasive mussels from the Great Lakes have already been stopped at a mandatory inspection checkpoint on Interstate 90 near Wallace this year. Idaho Department of Agriculture …

  • Mussel fight still tenacious

    BOISE – Tens of thousands of boat inspections later, Idaho and Washington have come through another boating season without getting invasive quagga or zebra mussels established in either state’s waters …

  • Inspection stations find 24 infected boats

    At least 24 boats harboring invasive quagga mussels have been intercepted since March at Idaho’s roadside boat inspection stations. That may not seem like a huge catch from more than …

  • Seventh horse has virus

    IDAHO FALLS – The Idaho Department of Agriculture said another horse has been infected with the highly contagious Equine Herpes Virus-1, bringing the number of confirmed cases in the state …

  • Boat inspections begin in Idaho to deter mussels

    Eight of 18 planned boat inspection sites in Idaho are open in an attempt to prevent invasive quagga and zebra mussels from entering the state.



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