Coalition Member News
By Paul Joncich, KLAS
LAS VEGAS -- Those who live in Cold Creek know how majestic and friendly southern Nevada's wild horses can be.
By Mandy Jackson-Beverly, Huffington Post
A few days ago I attended a fundraiser hosted by Rey and Kristine Castillo, owners of Village Modern Foods, in Santa Barbara.
By Jim Mimiaga, Cortez Journal
Wild horse advocates concerned about feral herds at Mesa Verde National Park are reconsidering a roundup to reduce populations at the park.
By Jill Oberly, RGJ
From pioneer days of the west to present, wild horses have played a storied role in the history of Northern Nevada.
By Mining Awareness Plus
Last May the US Bureau of Land Management solicited “multiple short-term facilities accommodating a minimum of 200 wild horses and/or burros in a safe and humane condition.”
By Linda Navarro, The Gazette
Local filmmaker Ginger Kathrens thought a wildlife film about mustangs would be the simplest of projects.
By Travis Bruner, Western Watershed Project
After years of landscape scale drought in Nevada, irrational grazing practices continue.
By Sean Cockerham, McClathcy Washinton Bureau
COROLLA, N.C. — Retired Washington, D.C., police Officer E.T. Smith patrolled the beach in his four-wheel-drive truck on a recent morning, keeping an eye out for wild mustangs and the drunks who like to harass them.
Last week we welcomed two new horses to Duchess Sanctuary who were in desperate need of our help—a mare named Anna and a gelding we call Captain.
By Jayne Clark, USA Today
WELLS, NEV. -- This flyspeck town has two brothels, three truck stops, six churches and 1,300 souls. Given its remote location six hours and a world away from the shimmer of Las Vegas, it's never been much of a visitor draw.
A horse named Cloud inspires Colorado Springs exhibit, films series on the plight and beauty of wild horses
By Celine Wright, The Gazette
Out of the corner of her eye, Ginger Kathrens caught a flash of glimmering white.