Idaho Rangeland Commission...Another Commercial Livestock Industry Group Formed to Create an Illusion of Lands in the West Being Taken Care of by Welfare Ranchers All While Overgrazing the Land, Destroying and Fouling Scarce Water Sources, and Killing Our Wildlife. ©CAES 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett It seems every day I see a new group that has been … Continue reading BLM Math is Status Quo in Idaho
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After a quick reading, it appears as if protections for wild horses and burros have been maintained in the US Senate Appropriations Committee bill for Fiscal Year 2019. The language in the Senate version shows no change from the language contained in the Omnibus passed for 2018. While this is encouraging, the 2 versions of … Continue reading UPDATE ON FY 2019 BUDGET RE: WILD HORSE PROTECTIONS
©CAES 2018 - Updated June 12, 2018 @1:40 p.m. Today the Senate Subcommittee on Appropriations voted to pass the Dept of Interior bill forward to the full committee. This means that the will be a full Senate appropriations committee markup of the Senate version of the bill. On Thursday, the Senate Interior Appropriations Committee will … Continue reading TAKE ACTION – SENATE VOTES, JUNE 16, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BILL.
Steve Johnson Information Assistant Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Service Steve Best Forest Supervisor Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Service Richard Madril District Ranger Black Mesa District Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Service Kendell Hughes Range Manager Black Mesa District Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Service Re: Request for “Permanent Permit to provide water for animals” - Inappropriate permittee fencing, during drought and … Continue reading DANGER CAUSED By PERMITTEE FENCING Not Over YET!
PZP success. An excerpt from : Frontiers In Bioscience The efficacy rate that would depend on what type of PZP they use. If you mean the total population for herd production that would depend on how many mares are darted and then applying the efficacy rate. We endorse PZP native, and PZP 22 only. We don't … Continue reading PZP Answers on Efficacy
Our public lands could be so much better. So easily. But we manage them in an upside down fashion.
Instead of managing the land for its intrinsic value as a natural landscape for the benefit of the vast majority of the public whom owns the land, we manage them for a noisy, tiny, belligerent, special interest group. The majority of us end up financing the degradation of our own lands. It is dumb of us. We don’t need to continue.
The main threat to the health of the land in the West, hard to see although it is everywhere, is public lands ranching. Nothing does more damage to public lands than public lands ranching.
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TAKE ACTION TODAY Send a free fax to your Senators https://faxzero.com/fax_senate.php ©CAES 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett Representative Chris Stewart introduced an amendment today that is intended to push the agenda of the Bureau of Land Management to control wild horses population by sterilizing wild mares. Non-reproducing herds are illegal according to the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS – FULL HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE PASSES DANGEROUS AMENDMENT FOR WILD HORSES
The Apache-Sitgreaves Forest Service Along With Wild Horse Organizations are Working Together to Provide Water During Drought. ©CAES 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett While this may look like it's too dry for forage, it actually isn't. You can see all the dried grasses. Wild horses eat these dried grasses which provide the same nutrition as if they … Continue reading The Nation is the Village it Takes to Help Wildlife During Severe Western Droughts