We do not usually publish OpEd pieces on our website. However the “hub bub” over a recent article by journalist Dave Phillips in the NYTimes has spurred a huge outcry in social […]
Laura Leigh loves horses. They have held a special place in her heart since childhood. Laura has been involved in anti-slaughter issues for more than two decades. Leigh has attended more roundups than any other observer including government personnel in the last four years. Her videography has been seen on CNN, NBC, BBC, PBS and her photography in many print venues, she holds press credentials through Horseback Magazine. Wild Horse Education was created to gain protections from abuse, slaughter and extinction for our beloved wild horses and burros.
BLM To Open Facility After Years In Litigation
BLM NV Creates Access to Wild Horse Facility After Years in Litigation (RENO,NV) Today the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has announced a public tour of it’s Broken Arrow wild horse holding […]
Who is the “Grass March?”
We have added this section to clear up a bit of confusion on the “Grass March.” Some of you have followed the issues and are aware of the background and that this […]
Not Over My Wild Horses: Grass March
On September 26 the “Grass March” pony express is set to leave California with the intent of delivering a petition to Congress. This “march” was begun by Grant Gerber (county commission) in […]
Sale Authority Wild Horses at PVC
Earlier this year we wrote an extensive piece on the distinction between “adoption” and “sale,” and the history of both. That article can be found here: http://wildhorseeducation.org/three-strikes-adoption-and-sale-authority/ Often we get requests from the […]
Court Battle Moves On: Owyhee
Last week federal Judge Miranda Du allowed Laura Leigh, President of Wild Horse Education, a filing of a second amended complaint in the Owyhee Complex. The case is filed against a ten […]
Sunday, ten things to be “thankful for”
We have so much work on the desk every day of the week. Wild horses and burros live in the midst of public land management. The range work, learning curves with court […]
UTAH: Not Above The Law?
US Attorney’s Office charges 5 people, including a Utah County Commissioner, Phil Lyman. Reuters article By Jennifer Dobner SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) – Federal prosecutors in Utah filed criminal charges on Wednesday against […]
Perspective: 1975, First BLM Wild Horse Capture
Please note, written in 2014. One of our “passions” at Wild Horse Education is understanding historic practices to fully comprehend the situations we are in today. Only then can we understand the […]
Guest Commentary: Realities of the Range
A guest commentary by independent wild horse and burro advocate Cathy Ceci. Cathy came to Nevada and travelled with Wild Horse Education (WHE) President Laura Leigh. She got a glimpse into our […]
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