Shawn Regan and Tate Watkins write in Reason on the important lessons from Yellowstone.
- One of the biggest issues that rural America deal with, and Yellowstone highlights, are property rights and the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
- While well-intentioned, the ESA often hamstrings conservation efforts from private property owners by protecting species who are no longer endangered.
- Issues with the ESA can be solved through market-driven approaches such as stronger protections for property rights and increased conservation programs.
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