Federal and State lands issues are the backbone of Budd-Falen Law Offices. For over 20 years we have been providing legal services to ranchers, farmers, and rural landowners concerned with their interaction with federal and state lands.
Our experience covers all aspects of the federal/private land intersection: federal and state term grazing permit applications, rangeland regulation reform, term grazing permit surcharge fees, grazing categorical exclusions. As well, we provide our clients with exceptional knowledge of the federal administrative appeal process, especially before the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service concerning term grazing permits.
In addition, we help landowners maneuver through the federal rights-of-way statutes which provide private landowners access to their properties across federal lands.
January 17th, 2018Karen Budd-Falen Speaks at Land Use Plan Workshop in Minot, North Dakota
December 7th, 2017Editorial: Pore Space as a Property Right: What is It, Who Owns It and What Is It Worth?
December 6th, 2017News Archive
Land Use Plan Workshop
Land Use Plan Workshop: Substantive Participation by Local Governments in Federal Agency Decision Making/Template for Local Land Use Plan - Hosted by the Niobrara Soil and Water Conservation District
January 23, 2018 | Lusk, WY
Speaker: Karen Budd-Falen
Topic: Public/Private Land Challenges
Karen Budd-Falen to Speak at the Society of Range Management's 2018 Annual Meeting/Plenary Session: Topic: Public/Private Land Challenges
January 29, 2018 | Sparks, NV
Speaker: Karen Budd-FalenMore Info
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