CULBERTSON – As a young girl, Wendy Bengochea Becker was determined to change her father’s traditional belief that women couldn’t manage farms.
Theodore Hamilton was born to Archibald and Rachael Hamilton on June 15, 1857, in Racine, Wisconsin, the last of eight children.
The work of a Montana State University researcher was featured in the journal Land Economics in November, examining some of the most contentious water distribution regulations in the West: export restrictions in California’s Sacramento Valley.
An agreement between the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and the federal government over long-disputed water rights took a major step forward Thursday when Montana Sen. Steve Daines said he plans to introduce a bill that would implement a new settlement framework.
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The annual FFA National Convention is usually both an enjoyable and educational experience for the nearly 70,000 young agriculturalists who attend. But for one Montana State University student, the 2019 convention was life changing.
A private-equity-backed firm is investing in Washington state water and hopes to create a massive water market that spans much of the state.
A pair of new winter wheat varieties soon to be released by Montana State University breeders are designed to help address two issues that plague wheat farmers across the state, sawflies and stripe rust fungus, while improving crop yields.