Announcements

Range Livestock Workshops 4/5, 4/19, & 4/24

Download the flyer in .pdf format  – 3 Range Livestock Workshops in April Register Now! 2024 Range Livestock Workshop This one-day workshop includes presentations focused on Arizona livestock production with a focus on grazing and range management. Presenters will comprise University of Arizona Extension Personnel, as well as industry representatives. Workshop flyer attached Please share with […]

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Coronado Calf Rollover Fundraisers

  We are asking support from all producers for this important fundraiser, even if you don’t have cattle on the Coronado National Forest. If the plaintiffs win this case, expect the BLM and State lands grazing allotments to be their next target. SACPA has been granted intervenor status in the lawsuit the Center for Biological […]

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SACPA Spring Meeting Friday, May 17

Tentative Agenda: Update from Dan Bell on the Coronado Forest Litigation intervention Lauren Scheller Maehling – Arizona Beef Council Paul Brierley – Director of Arizona Department of Agriculture (AZDA) Robert Smook – Acting Associate Director, AZDA Stefanie Smallhouse, President  of Arizona Farm Bureau – water issues update Dr. Scott Merrell, Francisco Valenzuela and Duane Wulf […]

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AZ Soc. for Range Mgmt. Winter Meeting

View AZSRM meeting announcement at their link     Registration Open for Winter Meeting The Arizona Section for Range Management’s annual winter meeting will be taking place March 6th-8th in Sierra Vista, AZ with a focus on borderlands restoration. Registration options are below: Full Registration– includes attendance fees and meals for March 6th-8th, including the banquet. […]

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SEC proposes “Natural Asset Companies”

American Stewards of Liberty has been tracking developments of Joe Biden’s 30X30 agenda. The latest proposed regulation comes from the Securities and Exchange Commission. On October 3, the SEC proposed a regulation (but  posted it as a Notice) that creates “Natural Asset Companies” (NACs). These companies would take over management control of natural resources on […]

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Litigants seek injunction against 177 grazing allotments

On July 28, 2023, the Center for Biological Diversity, Inc. a 501(c)3 corporation that enjoys more than $ 36.7 Million of annual tax-free income and the Maricopa Audubon Society, a 501(c)3 corporation with tax-free assets surpassing $500,000.00, sued the USDA-Forest Service (USFS) and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in their latest attempt […]

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AZFB Withdraws from Governor’s Water Council

The Arizona Farm Bureau issued the following statement concerning their withdrawal from the Governor’s Water Council. ” “While we respect the efforts made by Governor Katie Hobbs’ administration to address pressing issues related to rural groundwater, we believe the current process in place has been deaf to the concerns and priorities of Arizona’s farm and […]

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