Even before the current debacle in Oregon broke out, grazing on public lands was a contested legal issue throughout the West. In Nevada specifically, there have been several relevant court cases that have answered the crucial questions: who owns the west? and who has the right to use it?
I’ve provided summaries on these court rulings, listed below:
Below is an explanation of The Taylor Grazing Act of 1934 (TGA) and how the revenue generated from the act is distributed. A visual representation of how the TGA allocates revenue generated due to the Act: Permit Revenue Distribution Infographic
The link below provides an explanation of federal regulations and programs related to the issue of Grazing Rights and how they intersect with the state government.