Cover Story Spotlights

Written by: Christine Fisher

In the high desert of Southern California, utility companies face plenty of challenges: mountainous terrain, high winds, extreme temperatures, the occasional snowstorm, beating sun and 4,000-foot...

Written by: Mike Schoch

It's called the oil and gas industry, but pipes are what most people see when they Google the extraction and transport of “black gold.” All three stages of the oil business—upstream, midstream and...

Written by: Emma Gregg

In today’s oil industry, Stanley, North Dakota, is a great location for a specialized electrical contractor like Craft Electric Inc.

The city sits on top of the Bakken and the Three Forks,...

Written by: Christine Fisher

In 2009, Rick Cottier made national news for unintentionally growing a tomato that looked like a rubber duck. While his 15 minutes of fame passed, the planter that he grew the tomato in is still...

Premier Features

“Are we unique? Heavens no,” says Agronomy manager Chuck Peter. “Are the tools we have at our... Read more
Phillip Hord has always been involved with his family’s farm at “the slat level.” It’s a turn of... Read more
A visitor to Battlefield Farms in Rapidan, Virginia, can expect to see thousands of colorful annual... Read more
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