Houston (SFTHH) – El Paso Corp. denies recent news stories that claim their controversial $3 Billion Ruby Pipeline is “delayed over concerns about cultural sites and endangered species.”
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management confirmed today that a second foal has died at their hands after losing its hooves possibly from being driven down a Nevada mountainside by a roaring helicopter.
What: James Kleinert, international award-winning filmmaker, showcases his newest film, Disappointment Valley…A Modern Day Western at the upcoming Santa Barbara International Film Festival. This feature-length documentary examines the politics behind the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) controversial policies on public lands and questions the fate of America’s wild […]
Op-Ed by R.T. Fitch 26 Horses Now Dead at Calico Round-up and Counting While the world watched another living soul being pulled from the Haitian rubble, a bomb go off in Iraq and a U.S. President hit the reset button; the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) wild […]
An Essay by Ginger Kathrens From our very good friends at The Cloud Foundation He was wild and free, roaming the vast expanses of the rugged Calico Mountains with his mother and father and the other members of his family. This would be his first winter, a time […]
RENO, Nev. (AP) ― Wild-horse advocates are calling for an independent investigation after the deaths of nine mustangs so far in a government roundup of the animals on the range north of Reno.
by George Knapp The Calico Hills roundup, on the edge of Nevada‘s remote Black Rock Desert, is expected to last two months and cost nearly $1 million. More than 2,500 mustangs are expected to be captured from an area of more than 500,000 acres. The best known of […]