Southeastern Washington State’s Own (Delta Smelt) Government Land Grab Attempt

Why is a Washington State Plant Under Fire in Franklin County?

It’s all about a stinky weed, that adds no value to the environment, and is found abundantly across North America. Is this another method of government land grabbing like the Delta Smelt Part 2 is the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard?

Just because the White Bluffs Bladderpod has a localized name… this does not make it special or endangered. Note that from the report

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Federal Register 10.26.11 page 50 states

Physaria douglasii ssp.tuplashensis (White Bluffs bladder-pod)-We continue to find that listing this species is warranted, but precluded as of the date of publication of this notice. However, we are working on a proposed listing rule that we expect to publish prior to making the next annual resubmitted petition 12-month finding.

HMM?

The USFWS tried to claim the same in Missouri.

It appears that the USFWS has done very little research on the Bladderpod statewide.

It would also appear that there is no shortage via the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service map

Do you suppose that the Bladderpod stops encroaching at the Mexican Border?

Do you suppose that the Bladderpod stops encroaching at the Mexican Border?

Also noted on the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service the level appears more than adequate for this weed in Washington State from this map

washington
Not only has the government failed to perform proper research, they have failed in general paperwork procedures and notification.

So what does the word ‘endangered’ really mean when applied by the U.S. Government?

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6 responses to “Southeastern Washington State’s Own (Delta Smelt) Government Land Grab Attempt

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