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Supervisors table 30 x 30 resolution

Perpetual easements debated

 

LuAnn Schindler

Discussion points • (middle)Holt County supervisor Dustin Breiner talks about a potential 30 x 30 land resolution the board considered during its Monday meeting. The item was tabled until May 28. (l-r): Audience members Ned Porter, Les Graham and Barb Otto listen to comments.

A potential resolution denouncing President Biden's Executive Order 14008, dubbed the 30 x 30 land grab, will have to wait, after Holt County Supervisors tabled the item during Monday's meeting in O'Neill.

The executive order, titled "Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad," directed the secretary of the interior, secretary of agriculture and other senior officials to devise and submit a plan, by April 27, to conserve 30% of lands and waterways in the United States by 2030.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, 12% of U.S. land is currentlly protected, while 23% of U.S. waters ar...



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