Amy Joi O’Donoghue Deseret News Range wars: Tension mounts in the West over public lands grazing, wild horses and ranchers More than 70 animal advocacy and conservation groups are calling on the Biden administration to eliminate livestock grazing on any public lands where wild horse populations exist, ramping up theContinue Reading

Will “Fly-Over Country” Have a Voice to Protect Private Property Rights under the Endangered Species Act?  Opinion by: Karen Budd Falen Budd Falen Law Office, LLC The proceedings in a distant courthouse in Hawaii might not normally be the central focus of most private property owners, but recent actions atContinue Reading

By Charles Wallace Western Livestock Journal Biden administration sued over climate change EO Violates separation of powers A coalition of 12 states is suing the Biden administration over the climate change Executive Order (EO) signed by the president on his first day in office, citing the potential economic impact onContinue Reading

EXTREME ENVIRONMENTALISTS’ DREAM OF “REWILDING” THREATENS RURAL AMERICA Protect the Harvest Rewilding Devastates Rural America & Food Production Protect The Harvest supports meaningful and balanced conservation along with the right to hunt; rewilding, however, is something much different. It is painted in the rosy colors of enhanced conservation to disguiseContinue Reading

by Staff Mountain States Legal Foundation The Grizzly Wars: Environmentalists at War with Science and Ranchers Over Bear Management Wyoming ranch hand Marcelo Tejeda was tending sheep in Wyoming’s Upper Green River Valley. He was settling down for the night when suddenly the still, quiet air of the Wyoming wildContinue Reading

Green Billionaire$ How rich left-wingers control U.S. environmental policy By Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D. Editor’s note: The many important reports produced by Dr. Michael S. Coffman for RANGE magazine have been used as reference material for reporters and researchers in various fields for many years. The topics he explored areContinue Reading

ADDRESSING BRUCELLOSIS WITH HELP RANCHERS AND WILDLIFE Brian Yablonski of the Property and Environment Research Center, As posted in Northern Ag Net In a move that will benefit both ranchers and wildlife in our region, the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced researchers can now study the disease brucellosis in an outdoorContinue Reading

Trump Administration Returns Management and Protection of Gray Wolves to States and Tribes Following Successful Recovery Efforts DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR PRESS RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – More than 45 years after gray wolves were first listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the Trump Administration and its many conservation partners areContinue Reading

As published by P.J. Media BY DR. JAY LEHR AND TOM HARRIS  In Genesis 1:6-7 of the New Living Translation of the Bible, God “separated the waters of the heavens from the waters of the Earth.” In the New King James Version of the Bible, God parted the water of theContinue Reading

“Ranches hold the west together.” SAVING THE LAST CATTLE DRIVE The Green River Drift cattle drive has a history that goes back more than a hundred years. This important seasonal movement of cattle is now threatened by the artificial introduction of grizzly bears into the rangelands and forests where theContinue Reading