by Erik Molvar as published on Counterpunch.org The Trump administration is stampeding ahead with a rewrite of the regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). This landmark law requires federal agencies to study—and let the public weigh in on—the environmental impacts of federal actions. Ironically, given NEPA’s […]
Published on The Salt Lake Tribune Poll after poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly cherish horses and support protecting them from harm. That belief is reflected in the landmark Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act, federal legislation that mandates these animals be “protected from capture … harassment or death” […]
“A personal, and way too long, message thanking all of those who have given so much of themselves in an effort to improve the safety and well-being of our American equines be they domestic or wild.
Contained within this video op-ed is the historic quote, “I like to talk while I speak”…answering the decades old question of whether or not I am brain damaged; yes, would be your answer or I should use notes next time. Thank you all.” ~ R.T.
“Long time advocate and friend, Grandma Gregg, has alerted us to this very important public comment and has gone so far as to allow us to print her communication to the BLM. The importance of posting her words, here, is not to copy and paste them but to give all of us talking points that we can utilize in our own personal comments. She has included BLM contact information in her letter, below. Thanks to all who are the voices for those who cannot speak for themselves” ~ R.T.
Posted by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA as published on The Horse Derived from donkey skin, ejiao is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Demand for donkeys to meet its growing popularity has put the equids at risk They come from Africa. Asia. South America. Australia. Europe. And yes, even North […]
Update by Charlotte Roe Greetings to friends and partners of the Wild Equids Threading through the latest rubble of this new year has been a major challenge. Where are our wild horse and burros and threatened wild lands amidst the drums of war, democracy on trial, the unending […]
When The BLM Moved Into Grand Junction, Protesters Were There To Un-Welcome Them To The Neighborhood
By Stina Sieg as published on CPR News As the Bureau of Land Management opened in its new national headquarters in Grand Junction on Thursday, about two dozen protesters were there to greet it… Bundled up against the cold and waving homemade signs, the mostly older crowd seemed […]