Native wildlife is dying out.
Competition for forage and the spread of disease make it difficult for native wildlife to survive.
Plant species are dwindling.
Livestock grazing results in the spread of invasive weeds and the dwindling and extinction of native plants.
Streams & wetlands suffer.
Waterways are polluted with fecal coliform contamination, impacting stream habitats and fish populations.
Public recreation is at risk.
When watersheds and wildlife are devastated, recreational opportunities for the public suffer as well.