Clean Air Act – 1963
Clean Water Act (CWA) – 1972
Endangered Species Act (ESA) – 1973
Federal Land Policy & Management Act (FLPMA) – 1976
National Forest Management Act (NFMA) – 1976
Horse & Burro Act – 1971
Multiple Use Sustained Yield Act – 1960
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) – 1969
National Park Service Organic Act – 1916
Public Rangelands Improvement Act (PRIA) – 1978
Executive Order 12548 – Grazing Fee
Taylor Grazing Act – 1934
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
United States Forest Service (USFS)
United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS)
White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ)
Public Lands CouncilFollow
Ranchers care for more than just animals – they also care for the land. What decisions do you consider in your land management?
Prepping for Congress to come back in session around these parts!
Happy Friday, everyone! What are your plans for the weekend?
We'll be reminiscing on the 2019 Raising the Steaks Environmental Stewardship Tour!
Cattle and sheep graze much of the west: fertilizing the soil, keeping land maintained, and enhancing livestock production. (Sounds like a win-win-win!) 🏆
With a rise in invasive plant species like Ventenata, comes a rise in the need to graze land to make way for native grass. https://t.co/A1GxWVNoMB
Rural economies and landscapes benefit from beef production! Great message, Janie! https://t.co/68k3PN08JG