Tony Hansen writes in Outdoor Life about alternatives to liquidating federal lands in the West.
“In the paper, professors Bob Keiter and John Ruple outline five basic causes of frustration—not the least of which is the fragmentation of land by multiple land management agencies (think BLM vs. Forest Service, etc.) and the seemingly conflicting management directions of those same agencies.
The rationale listed in the paper makes a lot of sense, and it’s easy to understand why folks who live in the region might be frustrated.”
Read the entire piece at Outdoor Life