violated the 1987 Constitution and a Commonwealth-era edict on the use of public lands
It said the low price of horses, combined with tethering on public land
, created "a repetitive cycle of acquisition, tethering, neglect and abandonment".
What I'm going to share with you in this article are some of the tactics I use on public land
UW-F and the stakeholders I have spoken with are all adamantly opposed to the leasing of natural public land
to the "highest bidder" excluding those of modest means from enjoying their lands.
Lawmakers and land managers who want to tap into the vest climate-mitigation potential of public lands
in general, and the nearly 650,000,000 acres of Federal lands in particular, need to make sure that any new climate objectives mesh with other mandated uses, including endangered species preservation, recreation, soil and water conservation, grazing, energy and other natural resource extraction, and timber harvesting.
The 2005 Watershed Preservation Restriction on 75 acres off Bailey Road in Holden, for which the Trust for Public Land
assisted the city of Worcester, also will be noted.
Hage: You are referring to what I often call the public lands
Officials with the Trust for Public Land
, a national, nonprofit conservation group, said there is little time hesitate to preserve land in a time of housing demands.
A federal judge, however, ruled in early 2004 that the monument's place on public land
violated the separation of church and state, despite the city's divesture of it.
That said, public land
management also presents important opportunities for public participation in policy making.
Twenty years ago, much of the public land
around the San Pedro River in southeastern Arizona resembled the barren and desolate landscape found in a Sub-Saharan desert.
Organizers described Public Land
Day as "one of the largest one-day volunteer" public land
events ever held.