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Grazing Allotments and National Monuments
A little over a week ago, I attended conference run by the Utah Cattleman's Association in Kanab, UT. One of the presenters at the event was a rancher named Hal Hamblin. Hal's family has grazed cattle in what is now the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument for...
Why We Started Rangeland Strategies
After working in the U.S. Senate for 7 years, I recently moved back to Utah. In my transition to the private sector, there are several business opportunities I am pursuing. Rangeland Strategies is one of the ventures I am most excited about.
A Letter to the Ranchers in Nevada
Due to recent personnel changes at the Winnemucca District Office of the Bureau of Land Management, those who maintain grazing allotments in this district can expect to face increased scrutiny by the BLM. We recently sent a letter to a handful of ranchers in...
Letters of Non-Compliance: Why You Need to Review Your Agency File
Keeping good records is essential when doing business with public land agencies. Most ranchers have a file they keep of important documents received from the agency they have permits with, i.e. Forest Service/Bureau of Land Management. Many ranchers might assume...
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