Public vs. Private Land Stewardship (Dr. Stephen Light, Policy Expert)

Dr. Stephen Light is the Director of Environment and Agriculture at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy located in Minneapolis, MN.

Transcript: Public vs. Private Land Stewardship

You know, in the past I would say that only, for fragile ecosystems, that only the public sector could really take care of those. But my experience has been, working in the Everglades and Yellowstone National Park and elsewhere, that, really, when private landowners understand the value of the resource that they are stewards of -- almost always they rise to the occasion to really cherish and find ways to share that treasure on their land with others.

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