Natural Resources Policy An increasing population implies additional pressure on natural resources to ensure all people with necessary amenities and products. In order to feed people, the agricultural industry needs to increase the volumes of harvests and meat. The latter, in its turn, means increasing the number of livestock and subsequent overgrazing. Due to its geographical location, Colorado (especially, Rio Blanco County) is a favorable place for the development of the agriculture industry oriented on meat products. As a result, it has been a matter of high importance to introduce a specific policy related to livestock grazing interwoven with overall laws on keeping livestock in order to protect natural resources.
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