Skip to comments.Sheep grazing study suspended: Detailed approach replacing it ( Colorado: Forest Service, BLM )
Posted on 08/03/2014 10:07:25 PM PDT by george76
Proposed regulations to guide sheep grazing in the Weminuche Wilderness are so weighty and controversial that the level of environmental examination of the issues is being ramped up a notch.
The original Environmental Assessment (EA) of the plan for which an unusual second public comment period was opened has been suspended to allow preparation of a more comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Kara Chadwick, recently named supervisor of the San Juan National Forest to replace Mark Stiles, broke the news Thursday in a talk to Club 20. She confirmed it later to The Durango Herald.
Chadwick cited heightened public interest and the complexity of the analysis as the reasons for increasing the intensity of the environmental test.
Public concern about sheep grazing in the Weminuche Wilderness, which has been going on for 100 years, has drawn intense scrutiny since scoping began in February 2012.
Ignacio-based J. Paul Brown and earlier his father have run sheep annually in the Weminuche since 1971.
Brown said public-land grazing is critical to his operations. He lambs on private property, Brown said, but grazes sheep in the wilderness in the summer and on Bureau of Land Management holdings in New Mexico in the winter.
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I was just helping her across the fence, officer.
LIBs want everything and everyone off “public” lands. They want them as their private playgrounds.
A little Bach is in order => https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DegeI0ncBt8
The preceding is never played in Scotland, or so I read on the internet...
Actually - that is EXACTLY what I needed - calm me down for sleeping - thank you!
More to this than what you say. Somebody is flexing and feeding their psychopathic ego. I cant figure out who.