Public Lands Council on the biggest issues livestock producers, property owners

The Public Lands Council is seeking proposals to address issues affecting cattle and sheep producers across the west.

PLC Executive Director, Kaitlynn Glover speaks with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on carbon storage potential on public lands, proposals for livestock, and wildfire control.

According to Glover, “We know-- baseline-- that grazing is an immense tool to manage some of those fine fuels, those grasses, those really highly flammable forages that tend to build up when there is a lack of grazing activity... but what we are continuing to find is that grazing can be applied in a really targeted manner... to change fire pattern and behavior...”

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