Protect Yellowstone Grizzly Bears

Tell the United States Department of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, to discontinue the grazing of domestic sheep in an important travel corridor of the Centennial Mountains which an important corridor vital to protect the last remaining Yellowstone grizzlies.

The high altitude pastures of domestic sheep grazing endangers the threatened grizzly bears with unnecessary mortality and increases their chances of being shot by ranchers. Close the sheep stations and stop grazing domestic sheep in grizzly bear habitat.

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Tom Vilsack
U.S. Department of Agriculture
1400 Independence Ave., S.W.
Washington, DC 20250
Information Hotline: (202) 720-2791
E-mail: http://ds.usda.gov

Tell the United States Department of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, to discontinue the grazing of domestic sheep in an important travel corridor of the Centennial Mountains which an important corridor vital to protect the last remaining Yellowstone grizzlies.



The high altitude pastures of domestic sheep grazing endangers the threatened grizzly bears with unnecessary mortality and increases their chances of being shot by ranchers. Close the sheep stations and stop grazing domestic sheep in grizzly bear habitat.

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