by Megan E. Hansen, Research Director; Sarah Bennett, CGO Undergraduate Research Fellow
Posted October 2, 2018 In Scholar Commentary

This photo taken May 20, 2014, shows a red-cockaded woodpecker feeding chicks at their nest at Piney Grove Preserve in Sussex County.AP Photo/Richmond Times-Dispatch, Daniel Sangjib Min

Many private landowners fear the regulation that accompanies the discovery of endangered species on their land. CGO Research Director Megan Hansen writes that many landowners want to help save endangered species as long as it is not harming their own livelihood.

Read the full piece as it was published by The Deseret News.

CGO scholars and fellows frequently comment on a variety of topics for the popular press. The views expressed therein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Center for Growth and Opportunity or the views of Utah State University.