The Tushar Allotments Collaboration grew out of an appeal of a decision made by the Forest Service to reauthorize grazing on eight allotments within the Tushar Mountains. The appeal was withdrawn, so that issues regarding existing conditions, desired future conditions and appropriate grazing management actions to move from existing toward desired conditions could be explored collaboratively between the Forest Service, grazing permittees, the appellants and other interested stakeholders, with a focus on two representative allotments – the Pine Creek/Sulphurbeds and Ten Mile allotments.
Straube, Michele, "Tushar Grazing Allotments Collaboration: Final Report, Fishlake National Forest" (2009). Environmental Dispute Resolution Program. 17.