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CONSERVATIONISTS SEEK BAN OF CYANIDE BOMBS IN WILDLIFE CONTROL

From: Ruidoso News

“WildEarth Guardians and the Center for Biological Diversity authored the petition and are joined in their call for a nationwide ban on M-44 cyanide bombs by Advocates…

LAWSUIT FILED TO FORCE USFS TO DISCLOSE THE FATE OF PROMISED TIMBER REFORMS

From: SIT News

“One 2016 “Washington Office Activity Review” uncovered by PEER found that two large Tongass commercial timber sales each racked up big monetary losses. In addition,…

THE COST OF THE BIGHORN COMEBACK

From: High Country News

“(Becky Pierce) filed a complaint against Stephenson and the department with the California branch of the watchdog group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility…

USDA RESEARCHERS CLAIM SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY HAS BEEN TAMPERED WITH

From: Organic Authority

“Nearly ten percent of USDA scientists claim that their research has been altered or tampered with by superiors “for reasons other than technical merit,”"

SOME USDA SCIENTISTS SAY THEIR WORK HAS BEEN TAMPERED WITH - MAYBE FOR POLITICAL REASONS

From: Washington Post

““You do not need to have many cases to create a strong chilling effect, and the current science climate inside USDA is quite nippy,” said Jeff Ruch, executive…


News Releases

HELICOPTER CRASHES IN NEVADA COYOTE HUNT

Accidents Mount as National Review of Aerial Gunning Safety Underway

DRIVE TO AXE FEDERAL PREDATOR ERADICATION PROGRAM

$100 Million Agriculture Program Slaughters 1.6 Million Wild Animals a Year

NATIONAL SAFETY REVIEW OF WILDLIFE EXTERMINATION PROGRAM

Air Crashes, Bio-Agent Security Lapses and Mega-Poison Misuse Beset Feds

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT KILLING RECORD NUMBER OF CARNIVORES

Mammal Death Toll Up 21% in 2006 with Growing Numbers of Wolves Targeted

ANOTHER AIRCRAFT CRASH IN FEDERAL COYOTE HUNT

Second Aerial Gunning Accident in Two Months as Call for Ban Mounts