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Stone Manning - Environmental Extremist Nominated to Run Bureau of Land Management

Updated: Jul 1, 2023

Tracy Stone Manning, BLM, Bureau of Land Management, Radical Environmentalist, Montana, Environmentalist, Environment, Ecosystem

Western Justice works diligently to stay on top of issues that threaten the Western way of

life, from recreation to ranching. One of the greatest threats to land and resource

utilization—and thus, food security and affordability-- in our time has been initiated by the

current administration.

Inappropriate Choice for Federal Multi-Use Mandate

Even in this radically leftist administration, his nominee to head the Bureau of Land

Management (BLM) stands out. Tracy Stone-Manning is a confirmed ecoterrorist who

advocates depopulating the planet to “save” the environment and could not be a more

inappropriate choice to lead the BLM. The BLM manages numerous mandated multiple

uses on 245 million acres of American land. Examples of multiple use range from

recreation to energy and food production. The sustainable productivity of these lands is an

essential part of our nation’s gross domestic product and is the foundation of numerous

western economies.

Tree Spiking Ecoterrorist

Stone-Manning was part of a tree spiking plot in the 1990s. Tree spiking is a technique

utilized by terrorist organizations such as Earth First in attempts to prevent harvesting of

trees. Metal spikes are driven into trees, creating an immense danger to loggers. StoneManning sent an anonymous letter to the United States Forest Service threatening treespiking in an area slated to be logged.

The letter stated: “P.S., You ba****ds go in there anyway and a lot of people could get hurt.”

In her thesis from the University of Montana, Stone-Manning wrote: “The origin of our abuses is us. If there were fewer of us, we would have less impact… we must consume less, and more importantly, we must breed fewer consuming humans.”
Stone-Manning also produced 8 ads to go along with her thesis, one of which referred to children as“environmental hazards.”

Opponent of Livestock Grazing

It follows, then, that Stone-Manning has been a very vocal opponent of livestock grazing on

federally managed lands, which is one aspect of mandated multiple use. Grazing rights have

been legally long established, and are the foundation of western ranching economies, as

well as being a vital component of rangeland ecosystem management and national food


Ideological Agenda Aligns with Globalist Initiatives

The push for someone like Stone-Manning to be placed as head of the BLM is not simply a

matter of concern to Western ranchers, but to the American population as a whole. It aligns

entirely with the vague and broadly dangerous 30 X 30 plan, which aims to “conserve” 30%

of America’s lands and waters by the year 2030. Together with the nomination of StoneManning, the 30 X 30 plan proves without a doubt that the Biden administration is hellbent on killing domestic productivity, increasing dependence on foreign resources, and therefore undermining the health and security of the American population.

Truly, this is an issue that affects each and every one of us.

It’s very simple.


Learn more about ranching in the West HERE

Learn about 30 by 30 HERE

Learn about 50 by 40 HERE


Update: Stone Manning is Appointed in September 2021

Learn about Trojan Horse language Stone-Manning has submitted that will essentially eliminate public access to federally managed lands HERE

Learn about environmental and animal extremist push to the BLM to remove livestock grazing HERE

Learn about our planned grazing study to combat attacks by animal and environmental extremism HERE


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