Washington sportsmen should stand their ground against opposition to preserving lands critical to fish and wildlife.
A group in Asotin County is complaining that state efforts to expand wildlife areas are hurting local governments financially. A recent story in the Lewiston Tribune sets the tone:
“The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has gobbled up more than 10 percent of the 410,240 acres in Asotin County and that’s ruffled some feathers.”
They say the agency isn’t paying its share…