U.S. Forest service ‘aggressively’ restricting cattle grazing in Okanogan County

An Okanogan County commissioner says the U.S. Forest Service has taken an aggressive stance to restrict cattle grazing in Okanogan County that may be part of a larger effort to do so throughout the West before former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue is confirmed as U.S. Agriculture Secretary. Dan Wheat Capital Press OKANOGAN, Wash. — An Okanogan County commissioner says the […]

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Fracking, not EPA regulations, behind falling CO2 levels

Fracking, not government green policies, caused CO2 emissions to drop sharply in 47 states and Washington, D.C., in 2015, according to both Scientific American and other EIA reports. It’s Official: Falling Carbon Emissions in US have Little to do with EPA Regulations Scientists found that American carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions fell again for the third straight year because of hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — and not environmental […]

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Wild Horses: “A point of paralysis”

Misguided policy, burgeoning overpopulation, overgrazing, degraded grazing lands, starvation, and endless lawsuits haunt the Bureau of Land Management wild horse program, which has recently been deemed a ‘disaster’ by citizens and politicians alike. How Bureau of Land Management policy, no matter what good intentions are at the basis of that policy, has brought the agency’s ability to deal with the disaster, to […]

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