Edited By: George Wuerthner and Mollie Matteson
340 pages, 185 col illus, maps
Large-format work presenting the case against the use of US public lands, amounting to 300 million acres, for livestock production. It argues that because of lack of water, ranching can never be made sustainable or profitable, and that these lands provide unequalled scope for large-scale, inexpensive and sorely needed ecosystem restoration.
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