by Grandma Gregg “BLM states biologically impossible annual wild horse population rates…” The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently posted their annual Wild Horse and Burro Herd Statistics. As in previous years, BLM’s report is full of obviously false, biologically impossible population growth data. WHY is it important […]
“We have annually posted Ace’s letter since 2012 and most regrettably, Ace no longer walks this earth and graces us with his physical presence; but his thoughts and insights continue to impact us as much today as when he first started touching the heart of our good friend, Grandma Gregg.
We miss you Ace and will continue to fight for those who are left behind; Freedom and Family, that is our battle cry. God bless you and yours, we carry your hoofprints on our hearts” ~ R.T.
by Grandma Gregg Many of us have tried and tried for years to prevent the capture of our wild horses and burros on their congressionally designated legal lands. What happens to them after being captured? A recent FOIA document tells us this information about the Twin Peaks wild […]
A tribute by Grandma Gregg “Time out from the defensive war to protect our wild equines so that we can take a moment to recognize the passing of a very dear friend to all of us at SFTHH and particularly, to Grandma Gregg. Ace the captive wild stallion […]
Guest OpEd by Grandma Gregg “…only about half of the foals survive to become yearling age…” I am sure you are aware that the BLM wild horse and burro populations are almost always wrong and that they usually use 20% annual increase as their standard. Independent research has […]
June 2016 Report by: Jesica Johnston, Environmental Scientist and Grandma Gregg, Environmental Researcher Photographs by Jesica Johnston Introduction I wish I was in the high desert with our wild horses and burros this very minute … but, I am sitting here at the computer and trying to think […]
You have posted this attached “Letter to Santa” in the past few years and want to offer it to you again (slightly changed) – to post during the holiday season. ACE is still alive and well and lives with other wild horses and burros in Northern California. He is my love … and he is my hero. ~ Grandma Gregg