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Although any change concerning this popular law generates understandable concern, many of these changes will benefit on-the-ground conservation by reducing conflict.
How will these changes affect species conservation?
There’s no need to pit property owners against imperiled species.
A long-running saga over private land designated as critical habitat for an endangered frog comes to a close.