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BLM exposes own grazing abuses

November 8, 1974

A Bureau of Land Management report has found that severe overgrazing and other aspects of poor range management on public lands in Nevada have led to loss of wildlife habitat, destruction of cultural sites, and erosion.

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BLM exposes own grazing abuses
A Bureau of Land Management report has found that severe overgrazing and other aspects of poor range management on public lands in Nevada have led to loss of wildlife habitat, destruction of cultural sites, and erosion.

News

'Prairie Revival' bringing native grasses back to pastures, backyards
Conservation-minded folks are using productive native prairie plants such as sandreed grass and Indian grass for forage, erosion and noxious weed control, and for nutrient replenishing and landscaping.
Navajos form first environmental agency
The land that Harold Tso oversees and the director of the Navajo Nation's Environmental Protection Commission is even more untracked than most environmental ground.
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