During his 31-year career with the U.S. Forest Service, Bill Worf held positions as district ranger, staff officer, forest supervisor, and regional director. After his retirement, he co-founded the environmental organization Wilderness Watch, an organization dedicated to protecting the lands and waters in the national Wilderness Preservation System. Through his work with Wilderness Watch, Worf closely followed the management of livestock grazing in the South Warner Wilderness of northeastern California. In this video, Worf speaks about his management-related conversations with South Warner Wilderness District Ranger Edith Asrow.
This video is an excerpt from Bill Worf's interview in WESTERN TURF WARS: THE POLITICS OF PUBLIC LANDS RANCHING ( http://www.westernturfwars.com ).