Fireworks: The use or possession of fireworks, including safe and sane is hereby prohibited on all public lands
of the CDD.
An attack on public lands
like Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument threatens local economies and our way of life in Bend and throughout Oregon.
Clearly, a [JVA] is not one of the modes by which agricultural public lands
may be disposed of,' he argued.
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.
Carbon sequestration and other ecosystem services provided by approximately 650,000,000 acres of Federal public land
in the U.
Sustainable forest practices on public lands
are mandatory according to the government's Environment Act, but the Crown has a reduced influence on private property, he says.
Many conservatives accept large campaign contributions from mining, oil, and gas companies, and they tend to favor mare industry access to public lands
Supreme Court, the ranchers' grazing allotments cannot be public lands
In contrast to common lands, ancient public lands
survive in many regions and remain important parts of communities.
5 million acres of public land
in the California Desert Conservation Area and 300,000 acres of scattered parcels in San Diego, western Riverside, western San Bernardino, Orange and Los Angeles counties.
During its first term, the Bush Administration made clear its intent to fundamentally restructure the American public lands
However, the good news is livestock grazing on public lands
in the West is gaining recognition as an important issue, due to regional organizations such as Western Watersheds Project, based in Hailey, Idaho, and national organizations such as the Sierra Club.