Ranchers pack BLM open houses on Sage Grouse
This week in eastern Oregon, hundreds of ranchers overwhelmed community centers for Bureau of Land Management (BLM) sage grouse meetings. At the request of ranchers—and because attendance was so high at the Prineville, Burns and Ontario meetings—BLM changed their meeting format from open houses to seated question-and-answer sessions.
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