From conflict to conciliation on Western landscapes

Lesli Allison, executive director of the Western Landowners Alliance, talks about the complex relationships among conservationists, ranchers, farmers, land managers–and wildlife, water, and earth. Challenges that have previously seemed insurmountable are now being met, as environmental crises escalate and people on all sides build relationships and trust.

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