Wild Horse Education

Webinar June 19th


A discussion from the land they stand. WHE is on the road and will provide info straight from the wild horses to you as you engage your legislators.

Join us on Tuesday June 19th at 5:30 pm Pacific, 8:30 Eastern, for a live webinar. We will provide you with an “Advocate kit” that includes up-to-date information from the range. The templates and accompanying booklet will be provided in an easy to print pdf format during the broadcast. The kit will provide you with not only critical information but the appropriate channels and format to use your limited time wisely.

During the webinar we will review our response to BLM’s report to Congress. (more here: https://wildhorseeducation.org/2018/04/27/blm-report-to-congress/) (additional subjects include Appropriations, upcoming roundups, overview on the Greater Sage Grouse)

The broadcast will be “live” and we will do our best to answer as many of your questions as we can in an ongoing question and answer session throughout the webinar. The expected time for the broadcast is 90 minutes. However we often go into “overtime” due to participant requests.

If you do sign up and can not make it on Tuesday you will be sent a link to listen to a recorded version of the broadcast.

At WHE our resources are limited as well. We suggest a $25. contribution to help us pay for the service that allows these interactive sessions (someday we hope we can offer these broadcasts free of charge but WHE is not a million dollar org and we do need help to cover the cost). If you can contribute more it will help us with our field work and document preparation that is critical as we educate legislators, media and litigate as our resources allow. Prior to the broadcast you will receive a questionnaire. The questionnaire will help us to better gear the discussion to you. Just click the button below to join us on Tuesday the 19th!

All contributions will also be doubled by a generous supporter.



An educated advocacy is needed more than ever!

Thank you for striving to be the best voice you can to protect our wild places and wild horses!

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Wild horses are always communicating with each other. At a distance or up close there is a lot we can learn about moving together toward a single goal from listening to the wild.

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