Citizens’ Alliance for Property Rights
Dan Dagget, author of Gardeners of Eden – Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature
Saturday. October 6, noon til 3:00 at the Rome Grange, 2821 Mount Baker Hwy
Please join CAPR as Dan Dagget describes a conservative alternative to liberal environmentalism.
Private land management via grazing is a better way to a healthy environment than is protectionism via no touch plans and programs. Some measure success, environmental and otherwise, in terms of their ability to control more of the environment (and therefore of us) via government regulation. To others, Conservatism is the home of the free market, of rewarding people for producing outcomes, not applying policies.
If you’re interested in producing results rather than regulations, Ranchers, Farmers, and Dairymen will be interested to hear Dan discuss how their productive techniques are an enhancement to the environment worthy of understanding and replicating.
Dan Dagget’s newest book — Gardeners of Eden, Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature has been called “the most important environmental manifesto since Aldo Leopoldʼs Land Ethic,”
His first book, Beyond the Rangeland Conflict, Toward a West That Works was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and has been called one of the classics dealing with environmental issues of the American West.
We need a new environmentalism.