Endangered Species Act
Some radical activist organizations have weaponized the Endangered Species Act against the EPA’s pesticide registrations — doing more damage than not in terms of the science.
Conflicting reports are swirling around Arizona about a potential killing of an ESA-listed Mexican gray wolf in the state.
A California federal judge axed Trump-era Endangered Species Act rollbacks on regulations, potentially hindering progress by agricultural producers. On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Jon S Tigar voided laws that allowed economic factors to play on whether species could be listed as endangered or threatened. The ruling also removed protections that made listing species and threatened or endangered more difficult.
A federal judge relisted the gray wolf under the Endangered Species Act, leaving many farming and ranching organizations disappointed.
A bipartisan effort is underway to bring the Endangered Species Act into the 21st Century. The Public Lands Council and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association have launched an online campaign to educate the public on the need for a modernized Endangered Species Act. The campaign, which focuses on the ranching industry, highlights the importance of […]
After the Friends of Animals announced they are challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) rejection of their petition to list the feral horses inhabiting the Pryor Mountain Herd Management Area under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association has spoke out. The feral horses, located on the border between southeast Montana and […]