Conservation

Paradise Lost – Moldy Chum

The Forest Service continues to broaden dangerous livestock grazing across the Better Yellowstone ecosystem. George Wuerthner explains why that may be a colossal waste of taxpayer {dollars}.

The Custer Gallatin Nationwide Forest (CGNF) not too long ago launched its decision on the way forward for six East Paradise Grazing allotments. The allotments, Suce Creek, Pine Creek, Elbow Creek, Mill Creek, Six Mile South, Six Mile North lie south of Livingston, Montana, and close to or adjoining to the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness.

Though the Forest Service thought of a no-grazing different, it selected to EXPAND whole acres open to livestock grazing over the current scenario, which requires expensive “vary enhancements” like pipelines, fencing, and different taxpayer-funded growth to mitigate livestock impacts—all to allow the continued use of public lands for the non-public revenue of native ranchers.

LINK (by way of: The Wildlife Information)

 

FacebooktwitterFacebooktwitter



Source link

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button
en_USEnglish