Video above from Triple B roundup, 2018 (Editorial; LLeigh and a gift at the bottom of the page for YOU! Prompted by the proposed sage grouse plans released yesterday. Written for […]
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.
(Informal short update on the legal fight against mine approval). Reading list at the bottom of the page. UPDATE: 5:00 PM pacific. BLM appears really anxious to move this Canadian mine forward. […]
Wild Horse Education is devoted to protecting wild horses from abuse and slaughter and preserving their habitat for future generations. Wild Horse Education is the only org to take agencies to task […]
Editorial (or thinking on the keyboard just to stay in touch with our readers): Laura Leigh This past year Wild Horse Education has had multiple visitors to the range including journalists, videographers, […]
Cow, it happens (land management, with a look at the Silver King capture scheduled next week) part one
Editorial. Laura Leigh (with information provided by Katie Fite of WildLandsDefense and Cathy Ceci of Wild Horse Education) Cow, it happens. (How it happens) This editorial is inspired by the Silver […]
We were asked about this event from almost exactly two years ago at Owyhee. So we have reposted.
Below is an editorial from Marie Milliman, Wild Horse Education volunteer. This piece is a reflection presented on this holiday when our thoughts turn to family and friends. Marie reflects on her […]
Note from our founder: LLeigh Over the last month Wild Horse Education has been working on many projects including field work, reports to government officials, negotiation, protests and litigation. But we have […]
Giving Tuesday has become the single biggest giving day of the year. Like all nonprofits the funds raised during the end of year giving season can make or break our ability to […]
On November 16 and 17 the adoption/sale event of captured wild horses from Forest Service “Double Devil” corrals near Alturas, CA took place. (You can read a report on capture and holding, […]