Since its enactment more than forty years ago, the Endangered Species Act has led to recovery for only two percent of listed species. Use of limited science has not only hamstrung the true protection of plants and animals, but has furthered harm to humans who work and live on their land. American farmers, ranchers, and homeowners with an intimate knowledge of their land and resources are much better suited to protect the environment than the federal government far removed from both the people it represents, and the species it seeks to protect.

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