Coalition Member News
By ABQ Journal
A Placitas group that advocates for the protection and preservation of unclaimed horses roaming their community has launched a new legal battle on behalf of the animals.
By Jackie Jadrnak / Journal North Reporter
Santa Feans love horses and love nature — so The Wild Horse Film Showcase coming on April 4-5 seems like a natural draw.
By Patti Carpenter, Greybull Standard
In spite of efforts by the Cloud Foundation, an advocacy organization for wild horses based in Colorado, approximately 40 stray horses on BLM land north of Greybull were rounded up by helicopters and are currently being held at a stockyard in Shelby, Mont. According to Ginger Kathrens, founder of the Cloud Foundation, the horses are on their way to a slaughterhouse in Canada.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif, - Robert Redford did more than pick up the 2014 American Riviera award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival last week.
BLM District Manager, Mark Storzer Abusive to Corralled Wyoming Mustangs, Let's Um Freeze in the Bitter Winter Winds
By The Desert Independent
In late January Lisa Friday and Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation (TCF) met with BLM District Manager, Mark Storzer, in Rock Springs, Wyoming to discuss ways to protect the over 600 horses held captive in the 30-year-old corral facility. Harsh westerly winds regularly blast the corrals and the BLM has tried to deal with the problem in the past by putting up plywood on the corral panels, but few of the wooden windbreaks remain.
By Brennan Leffler, Megan Rowney and Sean O’Shea, Global News
Residents on Grosh Avenue in the Sutro area of Dayton realized that a bay stallion with a crooked blaze would eventually lose his freedom.
By Ginger Kathrens for PBS Nature
From top to bottom, the Pryor Mountains are blanketed with snow. Only the deep green junipers and multicolored cliffs break a landscape of white.
The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is on a collision course with reality over its management of wild horses, a Colorado-based charity says
By Scott Sonner, Associated Press
The head of the U.S. government’s $70 million wild-horse management program warned last summer that it is headed for financial collapse unless “drastic changes” are made in the decades-old roundup policy she said could be setting U.S. rangeland-improvement goals back 20 years.
By The Desert Independent
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo – For twenty years Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, has documented wild horses for PBS/Nature’s award-winning films, making her the country’s leading expert on wild horse behavior.
By The Cloud Foundation
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (Feb. 8, 2014) For twenty years Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, has documented wild horses for PBS/Nature’s award-winning films, making her the country’s leading expert on wild horse behavior.