Dear Editor: This letter is in response to the recent articles in the Herald Times regarding wild horse management on public lands. To begin, there is no overpopulation of wild horses on public lands in Colorado.
Dear Editor: In response to the article in last week’s Herald Times titled “Court may rid Wyoming of wild horses,” the Douglas Creek and White River conservation districts would like to provide some basic factual information.
RBC I A federal court in Wyoming is expected to rule imminently on a proposed settlement agreement between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Rock Springs Grazing Association (RSGA) that, if approved by the court, would wipe out wild horses from the Wyoming Checkerboard, a 2-million acre swath of public and private land [...]
RBC | The Uintah Mountain Club of Vernal, Utah, will be hosting Callie Hendrickson and Jon Hill at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 14, at 100 North and 200 East (the new Vernal library).
RBC I The Bureau of Land Management is scheduled to offer 20 horses and burros for adoption Sept. 22 at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Posse Grounds.
MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management is scheduled to begin an emergency gather of about 50 horses on Sunday in the West Douglas Herd Area south of Rangely.
RBC I As part of its responsibility to manage and protect wild horses and burros, the Bureau of Land Management is soliciting bids for new, publicly accessible pasture facilities located in the continental United States that provide a free-roaming environment.
RBC I As part of its responsibility to manage and protect wild horses and burros, the Bureau of Land Management is soliciting bids for new long-term pasture facilities located in the continental United States that provide a free-roaming environment.
Come celebrate the Wild Horse Inmate Program’s 25th anniversary with the Bureau of Land Management during a two-day event and adoption with performances by the Westernaires, a horse parade of former adopters and a live training demonstration.
MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will host a public hearing and scoping meeting on March 1 in Meeker for a proposed wild horse gather later this year in the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area (HMA).
MEEKER — The Bureau of Land Management released an environmental assessment for public review which addresses the removal plan for a small herd of wild horses south of Rangely. Under the proposed plan, BLM would begin gathering approximately 150 wild horses in the West Douglas herd area this fall.