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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

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10 Things I Learned After Graduation

One year ago today, I graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a degree in Media, Information and Technoculture. Graduation is so special, but also terrifying (in more ways than tripping on stage). 176 more words

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Assessments, Day 2

Yesterday was Day 2 of the Land Health Assessment in Spring Creek Basin.

Yep, it was hot. Yep, the gnats were still bad (but yours truly remembered her head net). 225 more words

Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area

Assessing the land health of Spring Creek Basin

Baby, it’s hot out there.

The mercury hit at least 100 degrees Tuesday in Disappointment Valley. Might be hotter today.

But we don’t shirk our duties when it comes to assessing the health of our range – which directly affects the health of our mustangs – in Spring Creek Basin. 277 more words

Spring Creek Basin Herd Management Area

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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