Registration Opens for PLC’s 2024 Annual Meeting in Colorado

WASHINGTON (June 17, 2024) – Registration is now open for the Public Lands Council’s (PLC) 56th Annual Meeting that will be held in Grand Junction, Colorado from September 17-19.

“At a time when federal lands ranchers are facing tremendous government overreach, I cannot think of a better time to come together to coordinate our policy and advocacy efforts. In the last year, federal rulemakings finalizing regressive changes to the Endangered Species Act and NEPA, along with the Bureau of Land Management’s Public Lands rule that threatens the foundation of our livelihoods,” said PLC President Mark Roeber. “I am honored to host annual meeting in my home state, near the grazing allotments my family have worked on since 1889 and hope that all federal permittees attend as we work to safeguard our industry for the next hundred years.”

In Washington, D.C., PLC defends the rights and interests of cattle and sheep producers who utilize federal lands and grazing permits as part of their operations. Every year PLC’s Annual Meeting brings these ranchers together in the West to discuss emerging issues and craft policy to direct policymakers in federal agencies and Congress.

Registration for the three-day in-person event is $375, with discounted rates available for family members, students, and media. The entire event will be hosted in the DoubleTree Hilton.

Click here for more details and to register.

Join PLC as we are Colorado Bound for another year of defending public lands ranching.

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