Six generations have cared for this land and now they worry about having it confiscated with the stroke of a pen. There is no 3rd World Fly Farm any where on earth that is any worse than that. — jtl, 419
“What affects me is about 3,500 acres they say I can keep on using,” he said. “If we get another administration, they’re gonna say I can’t do it. They’re going to call it wilderness.”
H.C. “Hotshot” Hendricks ranched in the Hope area for almost his entire life.
He has about 3,500 acres where he raises 1,200 head of cattle. The land was in his family since the 1920s, six generations.
But with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) revising its resource management plan (RMP), Hendricks worried he could lose his way of life.
View original post 1,236 more words