Multiple-Use Conflict Resolution Act
Theintroduced in Congress would provide compensation to ranchers who voluntarily relinquish a federal grazing permit or lease on public lands where conflicts with other multiple uses render livestock grazing impractical. The bill would pay federal grazing permittees/lessees $175 per animal unit month to permanently retire their permit or lease.
Central Idaho Economic Development and Recreation Act
Representative Mike Simpson's (R-ID-2nd)would designate new Wilderness and create new management areas on public lands, authorize the transfer of federal lands to state and local governments, and create a voluntary grazing permit waiver program on federal public lands in central Idaho.
|Permittees/lessees: Click here to see how much money you would receive for your federal grazing permit/lease if Congress enacts the NPLGC voluntary permit buyout proposal.|
|How to Retire Your Grazing Permit/Lease for Compensation|
|Voluntary Grazing Permit Buyout Legislation|
|Arizona Grazing Permit Buyout Campaign|
|Endorse Voluntary Grazing Permit Buyout|
|Voluntary Grazing Permit Buyout Press|
|Tax Treatment of Proposed Grazing Permit Buyout Programs|
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