Public Land Wins for Hunters and Anglers in Arizona, North Carolina, and Tennessee

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In a time when access to quality habitat is eroding across North America, it’s worth celebrating three recent cases that reverse that trend in Arizona, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

Arizona

The Santa Teresa Mountains are a network of rugged terrain with bald summits, deep canyons, and sprawling mesas northeast of Tucson. Elevation ranges from 4,000 feet to 7,400 feet. Much of the land is in the Coronado National Forest or managed by the Bureau of Land Management ground, but access is challenging because of surrounding private lands.

This month, Interior Ryan Zinke announced that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will acquire the 600-acre ET Ranch to increase access for hunters, hikers, and backpackers to the Santa Teresa Wilderness

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