Climate change could force grazing cuts in West

Associated Press: Significant reductions in grazing on public land - in some places outright elimination of the activity - is justified because of the impacts of a warming climate, scientists say in a new report. A large decrease in the amount of grazing allowed on public land managed by the federal Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service could help offset stress on rangeland in Nevada and across the West that is being worsened by climate change, scientists said in a report released Wednesday. While......

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