By Erik Molvar as published on the Sierra Nevada Ally “The Nevada legislature is debating a resolution to fast-track the removal of wild horses from public lands…” Opinion The Nevada legislature is debating a resolution to fast-track the removal of wild horses from public lands. Once again, the […]
An open letter to the President of the United States of America – Joseph R. Biden Jr. about the Bureau of Land Management’s mismanagement of native-species American wild horses. Yreka, CA, February 10, 2021 –(PR.com)– To: The Honorable President of The United States of America – Mr. Joseph […]
Source: St. George News “The BLM does not use scientific methods to discern what damage on public lands is caused by livestock “ OPINION — As a Utah constituent located in Utah’s 2nd Congressional District, I will not – nor will I ever – consider Chris Stewart the […]
Written by Anna Rose Ravenwoode as published on Lake County News “Because of decades of continued influence from cattle industry lobbyists, thousands of mustangs remain subjected to BLM and US Forest Service annual round-ups…” In Spring 1997, a nonprofit organization, named Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, published an […]
“We are going to do something a little different for ‘Feel Good Sunday’, today.
Over the past several weeks many long time advocates have contacted me with intense care and concern regarding the future safety and welfare of our wild equines, including the issue of predatory horse slaughter which also affects our domestic horses and donkeys. Many of these advocates we have known for years and you can hear the tension an desperation in their words, we echo the same emotions.
My pat answer is that we can’t give up, we simply cannot turn our backs and slink back into the mass of lemmings that know not what is going on around them. We have seen the brutality, witnessed the cruelty and heard all of the lies so we are forever changed and committed to do what is right, what is just, and what is in alignment with the circle of life.
We will fight on…and today, for Feel Good Sunday, our longtime friend and fellow advocate, Biologist Robert C. Bauer so eloquently pens our mutual thoughts and shares them with us, this day.
Today we will not publish laughs and frivolity, instead we will speak from the heart and hold each other closely as we tighten our cinches for another week of battle.
Be at peace, my friends, as you do not fight alone…we are an army of thousands on a crusade of compassion and caring. In the end; good shall win over evil.
Feel GOOD this Sunday!” ~ R.T.
By: George Knapp as published on LasVegasNow.com “…people in the area where the horses’ bodies were found said there was nothing humane about the shootings…” LAS VEGAS – Wild horse advocates are calling for a formal investigation into the shooting deaths of eight mustangs who were killed in […]
By Vickery Eckhoff as published on The Daily Pitchfork.org Who’s overgrazing BLM lands? Subsidized livestock. BLM data shows it. The below spreadsheet converts grazing receipts reported by the BLM for private livestock grazed under the public lands grazing program, allowing a direct head-to-head comparison between the number of […]
By Andrew Sheeler as published on The Charlotte Observer “…after a 30-day period all horses 10 and older — an estimated 300 animals — will be made available for sale without limitations for $1 each… “ In a remote corner of California, the U.S. Forest Service is set […]
Animal Recovery Mission and Respect4Horses have been working with the BLM and the Army Depot in regards to the Walker Lake Herd, a herd of approximately 104 horses living around Walker Lake in Hawthorne, Nevada on Army Depot property. On October 20th the BLM signed a Record of Decision to roundup and remove this herd by the end of November 2010.
LAS VEGAS — The Bureau of Land Management has suffered two defeats in federal court in recent weeks. One judge ordered BLM to make public the names of ranchers who lease public land for grazing, something BLM didn’t want to do. A second judge struck down a BLM plan to severely limit public input into how public lands are managed.