DESCRIPTION: Report by PEER on the state of the Bureau of Land Management’s managed lands paints a bleak picture of the Sagebrush West, with huge swaths failing fundamental landscape health standards with current livestock grazing management identified as a significant cause. The data calls into question BLM’s policy decision to prioritize the removal of wild horses instead of making management decisions to directly address the cited reasons for failure.
BY: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
DATE: November 9, 2022
TAGS: BLM, wild horses, grazing reform, grazing
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