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New StoryMap shows how the Bureau of Land Management is neglecting environmental reviews

Western Watersheds Project has prepared an analysis of the public lands grazing permit renewals across the western U.S. and determined that the Bureau of Land Management is neglecting to assess the environmental impacts of this land use even in the most sensitive habitats. This means that wildlife, cultural properties, and ecological function are being ignored when permits are rubber-stamped for ten-year renewals.

Here’s a link to the StoryMap:

And here’s a link to a press conference we recorded presenting the data:


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