Public Policy Statement Ratified

This week, 95 state leaders from 14 different states met at the American Lands Council Multi-State Team Summit in SLC, UT.  One of the primary purposes of this meeting was to ratify a Public Policy Statement that all of the states could agree on as we move forward on the Transfer of Public Lands.  

The result was a powerful document that should help to dispel the many myths that are floating around about the public lands. Read it for yourself and see why we believe that we can have better Access, Health AND Productivity of our public lands!

Read the Public Policy Statement here and find out for yourself why it was unanimously ratified.

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