THANK YOU to everyone who sent in emails requesting an extension to the April 15th deadline! That request has been GRANTED!!!

PLEASE SEE Superintendent Richman’s email response below.


THANK YOU AGAIN!!! Together WE ARE making a difference!

Dear Chris,

I have received your request for an extension to the comment period for our Livestock Management Plan newsletter that was released to the public on March 16th. The comment period was also open on March 16th and scheduled to run through April 15th. Since we are still in the pre-NEPA phase of this project, I believe the 30-day comment period provided an adequate amount of time for public involvement and comment. However, given the current weather conditions in North Dakota, I have decided to extend the comment period through Monday, April 18th for those that weren’t able to get their comments to the post office by April 15th due to the inclement weather. Any mailed comment that is postmarked by the 18th will be included.

The online comment page will also be open through Monday the 18th. You can still access the online comment submission form and are able to upload one document per comment there as well. And as a reminder, here is the link to the online comment page: 

Please understand that this is just the first of three comment periods. You will have two more opportunities to provide feedback as we work through this planning process. We now have your email addresses and have added you to the mailing list for all future notifications.

We appreciate your interest in Theodore Roosevelt National Park and will look forward to hearing from you throughout this process.


Angie Richman


Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Medora, ND 58645

Office: 701-623-4730 ext: 1409435-210-4071 (cell)

“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing. ~ Theodore Roosevelt

Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates is committed to advocating for a wild horse management plan and protection for these unique wild horses that call Theodore Roosevelt National Park home!  We are fighting for a management plan that is guided by science especially when it comes to decisions regarding the removal of horses and the administration of birth control.  Many other wild horse management plans have proven to be successful with their science-based plans.  We are asking for the same for this amazing group of wild horses that call Theodore Roosevelt National Park home.

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