Tag Archives: Arizona

Cruel gray wolf release experiment needs to end

Public testimony demonstrated little support from the local communities for the release of another naïve (born and raised in captivity) wolf. Dr E Lamar Smith taught me a great many things about the “real world.” One that always stood out … Continue reading

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Arizona Game & Fish Challenge USFWS

It has been accurately said that, “politics makes for strange bed fellows.” Trying to find a good side here, I see two things that are at least in a positive direction: 1) if we can’t be totally free, it would … Continue reading

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Geronimo’s Rage

I wonder how many Geronimos are being created around the world today? But, but, but…they hate us because we are “free,” right? There is a strong connection between westerners and Southerners due to the fact that many of the early settlers of … Continue reading

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Western Ranchers Defend Big Victory in Grazing Battle

Well, you get a break every now and then. Ou rah! — jtl via Fairfield Sun Times DENVER —  Two ranching organizations, an Arizona ranch, and an Arizona rancher at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today defended … Continue reading

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Heads Up from the Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association

Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association Senator Gail Griffin to hold legislative hearing in Greenlee County on Mexican Wolf Recovery Program (Phoenix, State Capitol)-Concerned by the ongoing impact of the federal Mexican Wolf Recovery Program on the residents and ranchers of Greenlee County, … Continue reading

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Mexican Wolf Update and Action Item

  Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association September 17, 2013 Members Please Attend this Hearing Tomorrow if you can!  Agendas can be obtained via the Internet at http://www.azleg.state.az.us/CommitteeAgendas.asp Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language … Continue reading

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Mexican Wolf

From the: Arizona Cattle Growers’ Association ACGA staff has been monitoring the wolf situation very closely and there have been some very recent developments of which you should be aware: **Please know we have tried our best to confirm all … Continue reading

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Mexican gray wolf shot, killed in NM

This is a prime example of how ESA has caused more species to become extinct than it has saved. It is also a prime example of what happens when violence (or force which is the threat of violence) is used … Continue reading

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Drought takes heavy toll on roaming horses

New Mexico Stockman This is what people who oppose horse slaughter are sentencing horses to.  Look humane to you? By Larissa L. Jimmy  via Navajo Times (Times photo – Larissa Jimmy) A horse is found near Cottonwood, Ariz. with its face and … Continue reading

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The Colorado River, The High Plains Aquifer And The Entire Western Half Of The U.S. Are Rapidly Drying Up

via The Economic Collapse What is life going to look like as our precious water resources become increasingly strained and the western half of the United States becomes bone dry?  Scientists tell us that the 20th century was the wettest … Continue reading

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