This worksheet of Federal Register Notices, Rules and Proposed Rules relevant to ranching in southern Arizona was updated January 24, 2022. View the worksheet online Download the worksheet in Excel format
This page updated January 17, 2022 This week, very few new notices are added to this running worksheet. They include: The Bureau of Land Management’s proposal to withdraw 351,000 acres of land in San Juan County, NM from mineral, oil and gas production for 20 years The draft recovery plan for the New Mexico meadow […]
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) has announced a new proposed rule to manage the experimental population of the Mexican wolf, and opened a 90-day public comment period. This is in response to a March 2018 ruling in Arizona District Court by Judge Jennifer G. Zipps, an Obama appointee. Summary of highlights of […]
“You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” – Abraham Lincoln The following are diverse viewpoints, from rural and agricultural interests, of the USDA/USDI “America the Beautiful” Report. The report responds to the inclusion of […]
A study commissioned by the Pima Natural Resource Conservation District and released August 20, 2017 examines the possibility of hybridization of Mexican wolves with coyotes and/or native American dogs.