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Exorcizing Wendigo to Save Grizzlies, Ourselves

by Louisa Willcox Interior Secretary David Bernhardt recently aborted a planned trip to Montana to hear from farmers and ranchers seeking to boost federal budgets in order to kill more grizzlies, especially along the Rocky Mountain Front. Disappointed that Bernhardt didn’t show, Dave McEwen of the Montana Wool Growers Association announced that stockmen will travel to D.C., saying: "Now we're going to the head of the Department of Interior to get this funding taken care of." He added: "If Wildlife Services doesn't do the work for the ag producers on private property, nobody will." By way of context, the “service” that Wildlife Service provides is killing animals that ranchers don’t want, esp

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