BLM Ely District to gather wild horses


By Elko Daily

ELY – The Bureau of Land Management Ely District is scheduled in early November to begin gathering and removing approximately 120 excess wild horses from in and around the Triple B and Silver King Herd Management Areas in eastern Nevada.

Interior secretary pushes for Congress to act


By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - U.S Interior Secretary Sally Jewell vowed Thursday that the Obama administration will continue to use its executive powers to protect public lands until Congress takes action on a number of stalled conservation measures.

Nevada Ranchers Suffer From Self-Deluded Drought Denial


By PEER, The Desert Independent

Data Backs BLM Manager’s Allotment Cuts in Face of “Cowboy Express” Protest

Horseback protest targets BLM, but environmentalists say whoa


By John Glionna, Los Angeles Times

They're a dozen men and women riding horseback on a modern-day cross-country cattle drive, but with fistfuls of petitions instead of a herd of steers. Their wide-brimmed hats tipped low against the sun's glare, they're riding from Bodega Bay, Calif., to Washington.

BLM wild horse roundup nets more than expected


By Ben Neary, Associated Press

CHEYENNE — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has rounded up several hundred more wild horses in southern Wyoming over the past few weeks than agency officials had estimated would be captured.

Western Watersheds Project Not Backing Down in Wyoming Lawsuit

Coalition Member News

By, Western Watershed Project

WWP refutes rancher claims and files counterclaims-

Vehicle vs. wild horse accidents on 50 drawing concerns

AWHPC In The News

By Kevin Trout, RGJ

After leaving last week's Stagecoach Advisory Board meeting where the issue of wild horses was discussed —including wild horses being hit by vehicles — Lyon County Commissioner Ray Fierro saw Lyon County Sheriff's and Nevada Highway Patrol vehicles heading east with lights and sirens.

BLM: Wild Horse removal operations will conclude on October 9, 2014


By News Desk, Sweet Water Now

Rescue group helps save horses, history


By Jeannie Applegate, Sahuarita Sun

A rescue group south of Green Valley is helping save some special Mustangs, and could be preserving history as well.

Study: Sagebrush lands generate windfall for Utah’s economy


By Brett Prettyman, Salt Lake Tribune

Sagebrush is apparently good for more than a rebellion.


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