Largely government-owned grazing lands would be much worse off without private sector caretakers who work to maintain federal and state lands
We could not be happier this ugly chapter in governmental overreach has come to an end
The federal government owns or administers programs on nearly one-third of the country’s land – making it the largest landowner in the U.S. by a very wide margin.
The American Farm Bureau Federation and Utah Farm Bureau Federation have filed court papers seeking to intervene to support the government’s defense of multiple lawsuits
During the lapse of appropriations and the subsequent shutdown of the federal government, the majority of Bureau of Land Management public lands across the country will remain as accessible as possible
The announcement from the administration about a reduction in the size of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante monuments marks a return of common sense to environmental stewardship.
The Utah Farm Bureau is pleased to announce the hiring of Wade Garrett of Nephi as Director of Public Policy.
The House Natural Resources Committee has approved a bill that would restore Congress’ original intent in passing the Antiquities Act in 1906.
Grazing livestock is a valuable, proven tool to reduce the risk of wildfire.
The Water Rights Protection Act reaffirms the existing principle of federal law that recognizes the ability of states to confer water rights and acknowledges that the federal government will respect those lawfully acquired rights.