In Montana, land transfer threatens the American rancher’s way of life

In Montana, land transfer threatens the American rancher’s way of life

The Guardian

If you want to appreciate the prairie landscape that inspired President Theodore Roosevelt to set aside 230m acres as national land, you have to pull off the interstate somewhere in the Dakotas, or in the eastern third of Montana, Wyoming, or Colorado. Follow a dirt road for a few miles, roll down your windows, and shut off your engine.

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