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Endangered Species

Our Position

Endangered and threatened species protection can be more effectively achieved by providing incentives to private landowners and public land users rather than by imposing land use restrictions and penalties.

The current federal ESA must be amended and updated to accommodate the needs of both endangered and threatened species and humans with complete respect for private property rights within the framework of the United States Constitution.

Human need for food, fiber, shelter and energy shall have priority over the protection of endangered and threatened species.

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