Murphy’s Law #64

It is difficult to write about the work the NDSGA does for the long term while our producers face the...

Murphy’s Law #63

Corn was there in force. So were the Grain Growers, Canola, Stockmen, Sugar Beets, the North Dakota Association of Counties,...

Murphy’s Law #62

Last week I covered the Energy Development and Transmission committee, then the Legislative Revenue Forecast followed by the Policy Summit...

Murphy’s Law #61

The newest employee of the North Dakota Soybean Council, Harrison Weber (way tall) and I (way short) trundled across the...

Murphy’s Law #57

This is an update on the activities of the Interim Natural Resources committee whose activities, so as not to rehash,...

Murphy’s Law #55

Murphy’s Law #55

Public input is still being taken by the North Dakota Department of Health (DoH) on their Nutrient Management Plan, include...

Murphy’s Law #54

Last week, I attended the third interim Agriculture Committee meeting. All four of their study topics for the 20 months...

Murphy’s Law #53

This is a recap of the Natural Resources Interim committee of Thursday, March 29 in Bismarck. First on the agenda...

Murphy’s Law #52

Last week, I attended my first Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Technical Committee Meeting in Bismarck. I failed to...

Murphy’s Law #51

Murphy’s Law #51

This week had me driving to Bismarck for two birds with one stone; the ND Water Quality Monitoring Conference at...

Murphy’s Law #49

On January 17 I drove to Jamestown to attend the ND Grazing Lands Coalition’s (NDGLC) Winter Conference. Like a couple...

Murphy’s Law #47

Murphy’s Law #47

This Wednesday I attended the Natural Resources committee meeting – their second of this interim session. In #43 of this...