The Multiple-Use Conflict Resolution Act

Federal public lands grazing is an environmentally damaging fiscal boondoggle that not only fails taxpayers, but fails to provide security for ranchers dependent on public lands. The Multiple-Use Conflict Resolution Act (MUCRA, H.R. 3166) is a socially just, environmentally imperative, fiscally prudent, and permanent solution to public lands grazing problems.

Environmental Problems with Federal Public Lands Grazing

Fiscal Problems with Federal Public Lands Grazing

Problems for Federal Public Lands Ranchers

Multiple-Use Conflict Resolution Act: A Mutually Beneficial Solution to Federal Public Lands Grazing Problems