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- 3/31/2018 75,000 acresNational Park
With the financial assistance of the Sagebrush Habitat Conservation Fund, the 75,000 acre Hartnet cattle grazing allotment in the north part of Capitol Reef National Park has been permanently retired by the National Park Service. This cattle grazing retirement will benefit rare species of native cactus, degraded desert riparian areas, bighorn sheep habitat and a suite of other native desert wildlife. Only one much smaller livestock grazing allotment remains in Capitol Reef National Park.
"To Protect and Restore Sagebrush Habitat in the American West to Benefit Native Wildlife Through Voluntary Conservation"
The Sagebrush Habitat Conservation Fund P.O. Box 1643, Hailey, ID 83333 (719) 520-4455