Introduction by Laura Leigh. I tell our volunteers to analyze issues, law and tools available. I tell them to look for facts, not farts (I know, brash and inappropriate). A lot of the gas passed has a foul smell like a lot of our riparian areas on public land and is filled with the fictions to justify exploitation. But there are also unicorn farts, the vapid vapors of those disconnected from reality and looking for a utopia of rainbows and jellybeans.
Our volunteers are concerned, justifiably, with the way all of this actualizes on the ground and impacts our wild ones. The following is a piece compiled by one of our volunteers and our board has chosen to share it.
Beth Quigley Lauxen, WHE Volunteer; Laura Leigh and Wild Horse Education have fought hard for our wild horses and burros, and have won amazing court battles. The legal strategy…
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