Grazing Rights are Property Rights
Learn About Your Rights on Grazing Allotments
When: Friday, April 22, 2016, 1:30-5:00 p.m.
Where: Black Oak Casino
The Conference Room
19400 Tuolumne Road North
Tuolumne, CA 95379
You’re invited to attend this important meeting to learn about water, grazing and ingress/egress rights as determined by the U.S. Supreme Court on USFS/BLM grazing allotments. Know your rights, know the law and act within them. Understand the difference between a permit and an allotment. Please make every effort to attend.
Dr. Angus McIntosh, has over 16 years of federal service working throughout the Western States primarily for the United States Forest Service and the Natural Resource Conservation Service as a Range Conservationist and Rangeland Management Specialist. Now he is a sought after consultant on private property rights policy issues, having conducted over 60 seminars and workshops on valuation of property rights in Western states on federal land/split-estate ranches.
Dr. McIntosh has a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Bringham Young University, a Master’s degree in Range Science from Colorado State University and a Doctorate in Range Science and Agricultural Economics from New Mexico State University.
He has received numerous awards and recognition from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Coalition of Arizona & New Mexico Counties, the National Federal Lands Conference, the Society for Range Management, the Phelps-Dodge Mining Company, and the State of Wyoming Department of Agriculture for his work in range management, surface mining-reclamation, and property rights research and education.
Dr. McIntosh is admitted as an Expert Witness in the Federal Courts and has given expert testimony and reports in the Federal District Courts of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and the United States Court of Federal Claims. He has given testimony before the State Legislatures of Arizona, New Mexico, Montana and Nevada on Water Rights, Range Management and Federal Regulatory Impacts on Property Rights.
Contact: Tim Erickson 719-469-1525 or Lynne Sanguinetti Day 209-559-6644