IPAA in Salt Lake Tribune: U.S. undermines states’ grouse plans

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IPAA in Salt Lake Tribune: U.S. undermines states’ grouse plans

IPAA President writes in the Salt Lake Tribune: “The western economy is uniquely tied to industries that rely on the use and conservation of land for jobs, revenue and prosperity. From ranchers to energy producers, stakeholders have worked together with state agencies to implement robust conservation measures for the sage-grouse, balancing economic growth with species conservation. In the oil and gas industry alone, producers utilize horizontal drilling and robust restoration and adaptation techniques to limit surface disturbances, while other companies have joined forces with state and federal agencies to improve Greater Sage Grouse habitats and abide by existing state-based conservation plans, such as Utah’s Greater Sage Grouse Management Plan.” Read the full letter HERE.

By | 2015-08-10T17:45:58+00:00 August 10th, 2015|Categories: Media Clips|Tags: , , |

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