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Reading the Tea Leaves

With Trump agriculture secretary nominee Sonny Perdue still awaiting a confirmation hearing, which has not been scheduled because the dog appears to have eaten Perdue’s … [read more]

Ground Truth

Nevada Rancher Hage Loses in Court

A Nevada ranching family that battled federal land managers for decades must remove its cattle from public lands and pay $587,294 in fines for “repeated … [read more]

Dispatch, Ground Truth

Federal Land Good for Local Economies

The question of  whether states should be given management responsibilities for federal lands raises impassioned arguments over the best use of wide swaths of the American West. … [read more]

Ground Truth

The Roundup for February 24, 2017

Happy birthday! This past week, the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky (originally named the Cumberland) celebrates 80 years and the Bighorn National Forest in … [read more]

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The Roundup for February 17, 2017

Take Note… Congress is in recess for the President’s day holiday. Most representatives will be hosting town hall meetings during this time. We urge you to … [read more]