The Endangered Species Act and its impact on agricultural producers: hearing before the Subcommittee on Conservation, Credit, Rural Development, and Research of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, July 26, 2004, Greeley, CO.
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Lucas Hon Frank a Representative in Congress from the State of Okla
Foutz Alan president Colorado Farm Bureau Centennial CO
Palmer William executive director Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
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17 Testimony acres active leks agencies agricultural producers Agriculture July 26 Agriculture July 26,2004 average number Bill Owens biologist black-footed ferret black-tailed prairie dog Canada Lynx Colorado Division Colorado Farm Bureau Colorado River Committee Congresswoman Musgrave conservation efforts conservation plans delisting Division of Wildlife endangered fish Endangered Species Act farmers and ranchers Fish and Wildlife funds going greater sage grouse groups House Agriculture July incentive programs Jim Sims July 26,2004 Subcommittee leks counted Meadow jumping mouse monitoring Mountain Bird Observatory mountain plover number of leks outreach participation partnerships percent petition prairie birds Prairie Partners private landowners private lands protect recover species recovery goals regulatory Research RICK LARSEN Rocky Mountain Bird Rural Development sage-grouse population increase seen steady sage-grouse Sims South Dakota species conservation species recovery steady sage-grouse population Stetson Subcommittee on Conservation Thank U.S. Fish USFWS Weld County Wildlife Service wolf Wyoming Yampa River