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Oregon Cattlemen’s Association applauds Secretary Zinke for touring Siskiyou National Monument

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July 17, 2017

Oregon Cattlemen’s Association

Secretary Of The Interior Ryan Zinke, “Glad To Be Back In Oregon” For Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Review

Announcing on twitter that he was “Glad to be back in Oregon! Here for a monument review…” the Oregon Cattlemen’s Association applauds Secretary Zinke for touring with OCA President John O’Keeffe and for hearing both sides of the issues of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.

On April 26th, President Trump signed an Executive Order for the review of monument designations made under the Antiquities Act by previous Presidents. As many Oregon ranchers hoped, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, as designated by President Trump, made a trip to the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument on July 15th, 2017, where he conducted a thorough and precise preview.

“Secretary Zinke’s trip to the Cascade-Siskiyou monument area is encouraging for all-natural resource industries,” said Jerome Rosa, OCA Executive Director. “The gross misuse of the Antiquities Act by prior administration will hopefully be overturned.”

Secretary Zinke met with members of Oregon’s Bureau of Land Management where he hiked through the monument, hearing all sides for his report. Meeting with various other industries such as the snowmobile industry, the timber industry and the ranching industry, it is reassuring that his attention to detail is precise to find the true impacts that a monument of this size can cause to the economy of our state.

OCA President John O’Keeffe spent the afternoon with Secretary Zinke and a few select others which included Lee Bradshaw, a rancher within the allotment, and Representative Greg Walden. O’Keeffe commended Secretary Zinke for the quality questions that he asked and his genuine concerns for all parties involved.

“He seems to be really interested and generally concerned with the issues that the monument raises,” said John O’Keeffe.

Overall, the monument review seemed to go well but there was no indication as to a timeline for what comes next or what Secretary Zinke’s final verdict will be. For now, the cattle ranchers will continue to wait. However, we are hopeful that, after researching and hearing about the negative impacts the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument has had on outdoor enthusiasts, ranchers, and timber industries alike, that the right decision will be made.

http://naturalresourcereport.com/2017/07/oregon-cattlemens-association-applauds-secretary-zinke-for-touring-siskiyou-national-monument/

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Zinke To Visit Oregon For Cascade-Siskiyou Monument Review

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by OPB Staff OPB

| July 14, 2017 12:14 p.m. | Updated: July 14, 2017 2:29 p.m.

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will be in Oregon to review the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument this weekend.

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The Interior Department confirmed the visit Friday.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is scheduled to meet with Zinke during his visit Sunday.

Zinke’s review is in accordance with President Donald Trump’s executive order to review the status and size of national monuments across the country.

President Obama invoked the Antiquities Act to expand the monument in southern Oregon by nearly 50,000 acres during his final days in office.

Earlier this week, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced her intent to sue the Trump administration should Zinke suggest the monument be reduced in size.

http://www.opb.org/news/article/oregon-national-monument-cascade-siskiyou-zinke-visit/

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GOP: eliminate 10 national monuments & shrink 13 more

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  • PNP comment:  This is great news!!!! — Editor Liz Bowen

  • Published on July 7th, 2017

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As the nation prepared for the holiday weekend last Friday, 17 tea party Republicans—members of the Congressional Western Caucus—sent a letter to secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke asking that he downsize or eliminate 27 national monuments across the western United States.

By Meteor Blades Bears Ears, one of 27 national monuments GOP want to shrink or eliminate

Although the Western Caucus is theoretically open to anyone in Congress, all 70 members are Republicans, including some of the most extremist representatives in the government.

Zinke, himself a member of the caucus before he was appointed to head Interior earlier this year, is in the midst of a contentious 120-day review of national monuments, with an eye toward reducing their acreage or rescinding their presidential designation as monuments. The review was undertaken under Pr*sident Donald Trump’s Executive Order 13972.

In a thin interim report released in mid-June, Zinke showed clearly where he is headed in the review with his recommendation to cut the size of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, but he did not suggest how many acres should be removed. That plan will presumably be included in the final report due in late August. From Utah to Maine, Zinke has recently been traveling to several monuments.

National monuments on the chopping block

The 27 national monuments under review were all designated since 1996 by the Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations under the 1906 Antiquities Act, a total of 773.8 million acres. The act was passed at a time when there was a free-for-all in extraction and development on public lands. It saved the Grand Canyon from plunder. The real target of the Zinke review and the Western Caucus members recommendations, however, is the lands President Obama protected during his eight years in office: 553.4 million acres. Most of that land—465 million acres—was added by Obama to existing monuments designated by previous presidents.

In their letter, the tea partiers recommend rescission of monument designations for:

Bears Ears
Bears Ears National MonumentBerryessa Snow Mountain
Cascade Siskiyou
Grand Canyon-Parashant
Grand Staircase-Escalante
Ironwood Forest
Kathahdin Woods and Waters
Sonoran Desert
Vermillion Cliffs
Northeast Canyons and Seamounts.

They also seek to greatly shrink other national monuments. For example, they recommend reducing the Basin and Range National Monument in southeastern Nevada from 704,000 acres to “approximately 2,500 acres.”

Foaming at the mouth

Environmental advocates have pointed out that the downsizing or rescission of Bears Ears and other national monuments that Zinke appears likely to propose in his final report will collide with court precedent and the Federal Land Management and Policy Act of 1976. That law restricts the secretary’s and the president’s authority to reduce the size of monuments or rescind them, putting such decisions firmly in the hands of Congress.

At the Western Caucus website, a headline on the press release detailing the tea partiers’ letter to Zinke called it “thoughtful.” Here’s the kind of thought that appears in it:

“It speaks volumes that of the 27 monuments and 773.8 million acres currently under review, 14 monuments and more than 553.4 million acres were designated by the Obama Administration,” said Chairman [Paul] Gosar [of Arizona]. “With the stroke of a pen and the blind support of out-of-state extremist groups foaming at the mouth to lock up lands to serve their own agenda, President Obama trampled the will of the people and ignored the wisdom of local stakeholders. I am pleased to have been joined by my colleagues in sending this letter that helps give a voice to those who were often silenced over the last 20 years and provide helpful insight to Secretary Zinke as he conducts his review.” […]

“The Obama Administration abused the Antiquities Act more than any President in our nation’s history. In California and in other western states, federal land grabs have infringed on private property, made it more difficult for the federal government to manage the land, and decreased public access.  I fully support the review of these monument designations by the Department of Interior to determine where adjustment is necessary – such as the Cascade Siskiyou Monument, which was expanded against the wishes of every county in the region. Eventually, we must reform the Antiquities act altogether to ensure that any federal land expansion occurs only with the support of Congress and those who live and work in the area,” said Congressman [Doug] LaMalfa [of California].

Corporate “rebels”

Ultimately, what this is all about is no different than when the so-called “Sagebrush Rebellion” began in the mid-’70s. It’s an attempt to transfer federal acreage to the states, which then may sell it outright, or keep it public but approve extraction and development projects that change the basic character of the land.

Congresspeople and others who make the argument typically call for giving great swaths of land “back” to the states. In fact, it was never theirs to begin with, and no promises were made when they became states to transfer federal land to them.

At the front of the queue if any decision were made to “return” the land would be the Native peoples who had it stolen from them in the first place—mostly at actual or implicit gunpoint.

(Originally appeared at DailyKos. Image CC by BLM.)

GOP: eliminate 10 national monuments & shrink 13 more

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