Wild and Scenic Rivers Act could eliminate grazing

Mar 21, 2005
Recent court decisions regarding the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (WSRA) have heightened awareness of possible ramifications of a misapplication of this law on the beef industry. With another Wild and Scenic Rivers case decision pending, producers may need to advocate to maintain grazing in these areas. In the 1960s, Congress created the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System to protect and preserve rivers in response to concerns that rivers were being dammed, dredge...

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