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|Tuesday, June 08, 2010|
The Forestry Service violated environmental laws when it allowed cattle to graze in a steelhead habitat, according to a ruling by a federal judge.
The agency's grazing program in Malheur National Forest could have been implemented in a way that protected the habitat, say environmentalists, but it was not.
Read more at the Capital Press.
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