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Congress on the Verge of Allowing Wild Horses to Be Slaughtered

The Bureau of Land Management is having a public meeting of their advisory board on Wednesday, March 28th in Salt Lake City, Utah. This advisory board advises the Secretary of the Interior, the BLM Director, the Secretary of Agriculture and the Chief of the U.S. 526 more words


A Thank You From Wild Horse Organizations...

SOURCE: Wild Horse Freedom Federation Wild Horse Freedom Federation would like to thank the many organizations and individuals who joined us in signing a letter for Recommendations on Wild Horse & Burro Management that was sent to members of the Senate and House of Representatives.

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Update from the Field: Lockdown at Stephens Creek as Yellowstone Sends Buffalo to Slaughter

Source: BuffaloFieldCampaign.org

“Sadly, ignoring public opinion and strong statements made with direct action, Yellowstone insists on catering only to Montana livestock interests and is still sending buffalo to slaughter.” 1,140 more words

Paula Cas reblogged this on Paths I Walk.


In 2004, Congress recognized the first official National Day of the Horse, and expressed this: Encouraging citizens to be mindful of the contribution of horses to the economy, history, and character of the United States and expressing the sense of Congress that a National Day of the Horse should be established.

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Interior Department Veterans: Proposed Overhaul Is Flawed

DENVER (AP) — U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s plan for a major realignment to put more of his department’s decision-makers in the field has a fundamental flaw in the eyes of some who spent their careers making those decisions: They’re already out there. 757 more words



With the cold of night settling over the Alaska Range Sunday and flowing down the Yentna River drainage into Susitna Valley, a long line of cyclists, runners and a few skiers were rolling, jog/walking and skating north along the Iditarod Trail on their adventures of a lifetime. 2,301 more words


Bundy: Judge Did US Government a Favor By Throwing Out Case

SPARKS, Nev. (AP) — Southern Nevada rancher and state’s rights activist Cliven Bundy said Friday a judge in Las Vegas did the U.S. government a favor last month when she threw out his criminal case stemming from an armed standoff with federal agents at his Bunkerville ranch in April 2014. 618 more words