The Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog is one of three frog species at the center of a lawsuit filed challenging the federal government’s decision to designate 1.8 million acres in rural California as “critical habitat.” Ranchers and farmers say the designation hurts the livelihoods.
The Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog is one of three frog species at the center of a lawsuit filed challenging the federal government’s decision to designate 1.8 million acres in rural California as “critical habitat.” Ranchers and farmers say the designation hurts the livelihoods. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog is one of three frog species at the center of a lawsuit filed challenging the federal government’s decision to designate 1.8 million acres in rural California as “critical habitat.” Ranchers and farmers say the designation hurts the livelihoods. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

1.8 million California acres were set aside for frogs. Ranchers say decision ignores them

July 31, 2017 12:10 PM

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