Current Issues in Rangeland Resource Economics: Symposium Proceedings (2001)

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Regional economic impact models are important tools used to analyze the impacts of policy changes to a regional, state, county, or local economies. The National Environm [...]
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Ranchers have concern over how federal policies such as the Endangers Species Act, the Clean Water Act, and other laws and regulations will affect the status of their ran [...]
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Policy analysis and planning requires that we know what the likely responses of affected parties to given policy changes. We conducted a random survey of ranchers holdin [...]
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The terms of grazing lease contracts potentially influence the tenant’s incentive to preserve the vegetation resource. Annual stocking rate decisions dictate the degree [...]
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A feasibility study of brush for off-site water yield was undertaken in 1998 on the North Concho River near San Angelo, Texas. Subsequently, studies were conducted on ei [...]
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The Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) specifically states, “The Congress declares that it is the policy of the United States that-…(9) the United S [...]
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The economic impact of changing land-use policies has traditionally been estimated using the standard economic model of profit maximization. Ranchers are assumed to maxim [...]
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A panel of professionals from the ranching, environmental, agency, and university communities was assembled to examine trends relating to the future of grazing on federal [...]
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The federal grazing fee is currently set using the Public Rangeland Improvement Act (PRIA) fee formula established in 1978 and modified in 1986. The formula is adjusted a [...]
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Economic impacts often are cited as justification both for and against changes in grazing policy on public lands. A recent study conducted in Owyhee County, Idaho, illus [...]
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