ASI weighs legal options in grazing case

ASI weighs legal options in grazing case

The American Sheep Industry Association continues to weigh legal options in response to the U.S. Forest Service agreeing at the end of June with the Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians to prohibit domestic sheep owned by the University of Idaho from grazing allotments on the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in eastern Idaho. The environmental groups filed a lawsuit in October that challenges the Forest Service's authorization over the Snakey Canyon and Kelly Canyon grazing allotments on the southern end of the Beaverhead Mountains west of Dubois, ID, where 2,200 sheep primarily from the U.S. Sheep Experiment Station run by UI are permitted to graze.

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