According to a new report on Canada’s labor market, the country added thousands of jobs last month in the natural resource and energy industries. The benefits are clear: more energy production means more jobs, and, in turn, a booming economy.
Although dirt roads will always kick up a bit of dust, a recent report from the University of North Dakota has brought a veritable sandstorm of controversy to rural areas. The problem with airborne dust particles is that they aren’t just annoying — they pose a serious threat to livestock, the environment, and our health.
With plans for development recently announced in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, this site has become a symbol to many of the conflicting imperatives of industry and conservation. It doesn’t have to be so — read on to find out how.
Yellowstone County has an extensive network of aging gravel roads. How can Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. provide solutions to these issues and help maintain the county’s transportation links?
Contrary to popular belief, the “greenest” energy may not come from solar and wind farms. Who knew fracking could be considered a clean energy source?