Grazing rights are inherently tenuous because agencies continually reallocate rangeland resources and adjust grazing privileges to meet changing political conditions. Moreover, without the right to acquire grazing permits for conservation uses, environmental groups are forced to rely on these changing…

Everything revolves around soil health...You cannot manage one aspect of nature individually and apart from the others. You need to manage the system as a whole. Cows save the planet Why do people outside of the farming community continue to…

Once the bison’s value as an ecological curiosity increased, efforts to preserve the species became successful. Today, there are numerous bison ranches, some of which produce bison for the meat market. The National Bison Association reports that there are 450,000…

Wolves attack two more calves in N.E. Washington Two more calves have been attacked in northeastern Washington, including one by the wolfpack targeted for elimination by wildlife managers, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday. WDFW investigators confirmed…

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…