They do say that in certain instances, grazing is beneficial to wildlife habitat, but conversely they say that grazing is a threat to all these species and their habitat, said Margo Parks, the CCAs legislative director.
Its really important to us because we always support best management practices, she
The claim they make about grazing being a threat, you could say the same thing about any practice.
Name anything, and if you do it poorly it will have negative consequences.
and other groups are targeting language in a 15-page scoping document that outlines the goals of the plan, which officials aim to finalize by 2015.
said the state should acknowledge scientific research on the benefits of grazing that has been done since the last action plan was written.
I think theres certainly room for improvement in what weve seen so far, Parks