Source: wildhoofbeats.com On Giving Tuesday, consider donating to help our wild horses and burros stay wild and free on our public lands. Wild Horse Freedom Federation (WHFF), one of the nation’s leading advocates for wild horses and burros is offering three unique gift item while supporting an organization giving a […]
Source: Carol Walker as published on WildHoofBeats.com “This is a major precedential victory that will have important implications for federal wild horse policy for decades to come,” For Immediate Release View online here. Major Victory for Wild Horses: Federal Appeals Court Tosses State of Wyoming’s Anti-Mustang Lawsuit PRECEDENTIAL […]
By Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation as published on Wild Hoofbeats “It’s ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and our own Carol Walker shares a bitter-sweet wild horse story both through pictures and her words. Truly stunning and an educational read suited for all audiences. […]
Wild Horse Freedom Federation partners with the ASPCA and others in a CAll TO ACTION! Tuesday is National Call-In Day NEW: S. 541/H.R. 1094—The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act Sponsors: Senators Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC); Representatives Patrick Meehan (R-PA) and Jan Schakowsky (D-IL). ASPCA/WHFF […]
Wild Horse Freedom Federation Receives the GuideStar Exchange Seal as a Demonstration of Its Commitment to Fiscal Transparency
Source: Press Release from Wild Horse Freedom Federation “We are committed to raising nonprofit fiscal transparency to another level” HOUSTON, TX– Wild Horse Freedom Federation (WHFF) today received the GuideStar Exchange Seal, a leading symbol of fiscal transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the premier source of nonprofit […]
Forward by R.T. Fitch ~ volunteer president of Wild Horse Freedom Federation “It came from out of the blue…” “Last Friday Debbie Coffey, Wild Horse Freedom Federation’s (WHFF) Director of Wild Horse Affairs, and myself as volunteer president of WHFF received a most unusual email, it simply read: […]
It is rare that we can look back over a week that has passed and find more good news than bad but in reviewing the past week, there have been a lot of good things that have occurred for the wild horse and burro advocacy that should not go recognized.