Thursday, December 4, 2014

Utah Asserts Our Rights To Our Land

Utah's Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office released its much anticipated feasibility study regarding Utah's capacity as a State to manage lands currently controlled by the Federal Government.

The bottom line?  Utah has what it takes to do the job and do it right.  Here are all 784 pages of the in-depth details for your review.

The Legislature will be working diligently this coming General Session to move the ball forward so Utah can gain its rightful stewardship over our public lands.

1 comment:

  1. According to this report Utah can afford it if we mine in Grand-Staircase, revive a decades dead logging industry, and oil prices remain high. You are calling this "what it takes"? Doesn't sound like the fiscally responsible assesment I'd prefer from my lawmakers.

    Jenica S.


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