Sarge, a poster child for everything wrong (Range Management, a Layer of… Bricks, Part Two)

Wild Horse Education

Sarge during release Sarge during release

Sarge, a wild horse from the Fish Creek Herd Management Area (HMA) managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), has become a poster child for a broken system. Sarge has become a “brick in the wall.”

Update on Sarge, December 16, 2015 at the bottom of this article. To if you want to understand all Sarge came to represent read to the bottom. If you already know, simply scroll down.

The Great Wall of Denial

Entrenched behaviors create a dysfunctional environment that repeatedly enables the continuance of imbalance, injustice and a multitude of corruptions of the intent of law and morality. This dysfunction is creating an increasingly violent situation.

We began our series on the “Bricks in the Wall,” with a focus on advocacy at the time the 1971 Act and the Wild Horses sold to slaughter buyer, Tom Davis. To read the introduction go here:

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