Authorized grazing is the use of land by livestock. Pastures are individuals or organizations that have acquired the privilege of grazing livestock on the National Forest or the National Grasslands. Groups, such as .B. Grazing Associations, often have grazing permits. The management of Grazing on the rangelands is now a cooperation. There is a lot of public concern about the management of livestock on the land. Gaining the understanding and cooperation of all pasture management actors improves the chances of a successful program. These include landowners, land managers, users, universities, other agencies and the general public. See also Forest Service und Bureau of Land Management Grazing Administration Requirements and Processes (PDF, 27 KB).