|Posted on 11/27/2018 11:53:00 AM.|
The Supreme Court sides with a St. Tammany landowner who argued a portion of his land was wrongfully deemed critical habitat for the dusky gopher frog, by forcing the lower courts to re-evaluate their previous decision.
|endangered species, dusky gopher frog, environmentalism, US Supreme Court, Louisiana, 2018|
|Posted on 9/30/2018 6:03:00 AM.|
Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case of a St. Tammany man who is protesting the U-S Fish and Wildlife Service designation that a portion of his land is off limits for unfettered development due to its importance to the endangered dusky gopher frog.
|St. Tammany, frogs, dusky gopher frog, Louisiana, 2018, Wildlife and Fisheries, Dane Ciolino, US Supreme Court|
|Posted on 9/14/2018 2:29:00 AM.|
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the appeal of a St. Tammany man who says the U.S. Wildlife and Fisheries is illegally blocking him from developing his property on the Mississippi border. The site has been designated a critical habitat for the dusky gopher frog.
But the property owner’s lawyer, Mark Miller, says it’s a government overreach, because the frogs don’t actually live there.More
|St. Tammany, frogs, dusky gopher frog, Louisiana, 2018, Wildlife and Fisheries, Mark Miller, Collette Adkins|