We have been flooded with questions mostly stemming from misinformation on other pages. We can’t control what they post, we can only share knowledge we have been given my people who have been through this process.
If you look at this photo – the park is telling you what the process is and where we are in that process.
The park is getting ready to do an Environmental Assessment (EA). In that assessment, they will be considering the 3 options they have shared with the public. What this public comment period is for is so that the taxpaying public can tell the park what additional analyses they need to consider as they move forward in this process.
THIS is why it is NOT necessary to comment that you “Vote for A” THEY ARE ALREADY CONSIDERING A, B & C. Give them something else to think about based in common sense and science that they will then add to the EA they will be working on after this public comment period.
Our last comment letter can be found in the library section of our website (https://chwha.org/library/). We will be drafting a new comment letter, based on the change in the analyses they have given, but it does give some good points that can be shared in your own letter.
As always, feel free to continue to message us and email us with your questions and concerns. We are happy that more wild horse advocacy groups have reached out to us to work with us to save our horses! Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you would like to work with us!
Thank you for your support and for sharing your questions and concerns with us.
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.