Last spring, Governor Jerry Brown doubled the amount of land that would be managed by prescribed burns and other forest management strategies to prevent wildfires.
In Puerto Rico, volunteers and farmers are working together to rebuild after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico’s small agriculture sector.
Environmentalists and industry representatives disagree about the amount of coal ash in a North Carolina river following recent flooding.
The N.H. governor wants federal regulators to speed up approval of new tick repellants that could help prevent Lyme disease in the state.
Bear sightings at Yosemite National Park are down, but the park's infamous traffic poses a new threat.
States across the country are holding public hearings on what to do about contamination with a class of persistent chemicals known as PFAS.