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September 1, 2016


Wyoming Wild Horses Need Your Voice

The Bureau of Land Management's (BLM's) massive wild horse wipeout and public lands giveaway in the Wyoming Checkerboard continues with the agency's latest plan to round up and remove 500 wild horses from the Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek and Great Divide Basin Herd Management Areas (HMAs). Despite the fact that well over half of the land in the Checkerboard is public, the BLM now states: "For all intents and purposes, we consider all of the Checkerboard private" and under the control of the Rock Springs Grazing Association.

Our legal fight against this travesty continues, with oral arguments at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit scheduled for September 19 in Denver. Meanwhile, help us demonstrate massive ongoing public opposition to the BLM's destruction of the magnificent wild horses of the Wyoming Checkerboard... Please take action today.

 


Tell BLM Citizen Advisory Board to Support Humane Wild Horse Management 

You still have a chance to let the BLM National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board know how you feel about the federal wild horse and burro management program. This is an opportunity to take a stand against the BLM's mass roundup and sterilization plans. The next meeting of this citizen advisory board will take place September 8-9, 2016 in Elko, Nevada. If you have not done so already, please click below to submit comments for the Board's consideration.  If you can attend the meeting, click below for details. 

 


Come See AWHPC at the Green Festival in Los Angeles!

We are excited to partner with the National Green Festival Expo, the nation's largest and longest running sustainability and green living event!

AWHPC will be represented at the festival in Los Angeles, September 16-18, 2016. Come meet members of the AWHPC team and learn about our work while you're there! A portion of the proceeds from the screenings of Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret will go directly to AWHPC to keep wild horses and burros wild! If you live in the LA area and would like to volunteer to help staff our booth, please email us!

 

The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is 501(c)3 non-profit. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support our work. 


Header photo: Kimerlee Curyl, Photo 1: Pam Nickoles Photography

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