BLM rebuffs grazing rule complainers
Last month’s release of the environmental impact statement (EIS)
concerning new federal grazing rules was met with some harsh criticism
from radical environmentalists and animal rights activists. However,
officials with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) told WLJ that
allegations of wrongdoing by them were “false and groundless.”
Several activist groups claimed that BLM blatantly and illegally removed
findings from the EIS that livestock grazing wa...
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