Public Land Grazing Was Increased During Ongoing Megadrought

Government agencies have quietly distributed large subsidies that increased livestock grazing on public land in the Desert Southwest during the ongoing long-term megadrought. The recent history of livestock management on Arizona’s Tonto National Forest is an example. The Tonto includes about 2,964,308 acres of public land, and despite being called a forest, about 27% of  […]

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