Ranching Realities in the 21st Century

The chapters in this book demonstrate the incentives that arise from various forms of government ownership and public management disentangling the lessons to enhance future range management, public and private. They tell a story of resource allocation through coercion and cooperation, through government and private ownership and management. It is a story of the past, present, and future. It is a story that can improve outcomes by helping us understand the experiences of the past and make use of the lessons for a cooperative future.

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