Recent journal article regarding water quality impacts in Stanislaus Nat'l Forest (Stanislaus and Mokelumne headwaters) from range activity, link here:
http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInfor ... erID=80000
And it comes as no surprise that Nat'l Forest management has refused to enforce their own best practices guidelines regarding managing cattle. Lawsuit pending or in progress I understand. I hasten to add that it is well understood that grazing is an allowed activity under the Wilderness Act. But it must do so in light of manifest guidelines. Those guidelines are ignored despite clear and ongoing evidence of noncompliance.
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