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Public land grazing gains support in California

Nov 20, 2006
— Agencies are turning to ranchers to improve grasslands and wildlife habitat. California government agencies are discovering what ranchers have known for generations: Livestock grazing is beneficial for the environment. With increasing frequency, holders of large land parcels are working in cooperation with ranchers to control brush, preserve habitat, and minimize fire danger all across the state which is commonly known for antagonistic environmental pol...

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