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Journalists are in love with cowboys, and so wild horses will die.

I’ve made a subspecialty out of writing to journalists about wild horses and, more importantly, cattle.

Below is a letter I wrote to Matthew Shaer of… 1,076 more words

Wild Horses

Paula Cas reblogged this on Paths I Walk.

New Hope for Greater Chaco or More Broken Promises to Come?

With the Greater Chaco region of northwestern New Mexico under siege from fracking, a glimmer of hope emerged earlier this month.

In a new report detailing plans to rein in the oil and gas industry and protect Greater Chaco and its sacred landscape, … 378 more words

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Transparency Squad Update-June 2017

This month has been crazy awesome in terms of our efforts to enforce transparency under President Trump and shine the brightest spotlight possible on his corrupt plans to sell our public lands, our climate, and our future off to the fossil fuel industry. 771 more words

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The High Cost of Cheap Grazing on Public Land

by Andy Kerr, Public Lands Blog “Bovine bulldozers have caused more harm to the public lands than mining or logging…”

It costs more to feed a domestic house cat than to graze domestic livestock on federal public lands. 878 more words

Horse News

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Paulsen Limits The Transparency And Efficiency Of Public Land Management

Rep. Erik Paulsen likes to present himself as a good steward of American lands. Back in 2013, he introduced legislation that authorized the U.S. Treasury to mint commemorative coins to celebrate the foundation of the National Park Service. 735 more words

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First and foremost, Aunt Pat of Maine-fame had surgery yesterday and is in the hospital. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. We love you, Aunt Pat! 1,449 more words

Summer 2017