Mountain States Legal Foundation scored a major legal victory for farmers and ranchers and struck a devastating blow against environmental extremists’ out-of-touch, anti-ranching agenda.
“Rewilding” advocates will say anything to get wolves into your state. But don’t trust a word they say.
Mountain State Legal Foundation celebrated a victory Monday, when a pair of consolidated grizzly bear-related cases that plaintiffs wanted heard by a federal court in distant Washington, D.C., were transferred to Wyoming’s Federal District Court for resolution.
Denver, CO — September 22, 2020 — Mountain States Legal Foundation last week threw a penalty flag on environmental groups for their continued attacks on the federal government’s successful grizzly bear recovery program; in this case, they are asking the U.S. District Court for the District of Montana to give non-binding federal “guidance documents” the same force of law as official regulatory edicts. MSLF, on behalf of its clients Wyoming Stock Growers Association,…
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Green extremists worked to destroy my family’s ranch. And a potentially deadly act of mechanical sabotage remains unexplained.
We hit the trail to learn what it takes to move cattle across Wyoming’s grizzly country
Denver, Co — July 1, 2020 — Shepherds have herded their flocks on the slopes of southern Colorado’s San Juan Mountains since before they became part of the national forest system. Domestic sheep and their wild cousins, the bighorn, safely and amicably shared these vast spaces for a century or more. Now, however, professional green…
Denver, CO — June 30, 2020 — Mountain States Legal Foundation has been granted the right to intervene on behalf of embattled ranchers in Center for Biological Diversity v. Bernhardt, a case that could decide the future of livestock operations across significant swaths of Arizona and New Mexico. “Anti-ranching groups for years have been weaponizing the Endangered Species…
Radical environmentalists are suing the federal agencies that manage grazing and are threatening the very future of southwestern ranching.