Tag: Federal agencies
Something’s wrong with our National Parks system when lines to get to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim look like lines to get “Hamilton” tickets.
Rep. Labrador (R-ID) offered insightful analysis about the Department’s dreadful ethics track record.
The politicians and the environmentalists learned there was a lot of money to be made by eliminating the rural people and the jobs that were associated with natural resources.
Witzel recalls seeing a birthing cow burned alive with a partially born calf burned to death as it hangs from birth canal. Burning cattle jumped to their deaths in ravens to escape the hellish torment.
Tensions between ranchers and federal agencies also arise due to pressure from environmental groups.
Poorly managed western forests — clogged with small “kindling” trees and older dead trees and branches — erupted into increasingly large, environmentally damaging conflagrations.
The federal government for years has been using Americans’ tax dollars to pay for its own PR through carefully coordinated marketing campaigns, to the tune of billions of dollars.
In the West, our relationship with federal lands is much different. It is our backyard, and poor resource management inflicts repercussions.
Landowners in Colorado and Utah feel deeply betrayed and anxious because of the Endangered Species Act’s much-feared land and resource use regulations.
The BLM, in concert with other agencies such as the National Park Service and Forest Service, plans to shut off roughly 1/10 of open American lands to human activity.