The range is sick; O&G leasing is back
Nearly all of Canyon of the Ancients NM gets a failing land health grade
Last week, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility delivered the results of its deep dive into data on the health of America’s public lands. The diagnosis: The patient is in ill health, due in large part to too much beef—i.e. livestock grazing—on drought-stricken rangeland.
PEER drew on 22 years of Bureau of Land Management data for some 21,000…
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