Thank you to The Cloud Foundation!!

A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE CLOUD FOUNDATION FOR SENDING OUT THIS EMAIL TO HELP OUR BELOVED WILD HORSES AT THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK IN MEDORA, ND!!! You have until April 15th to submit your comments! The Cloud Foundation AND American Wild Horse Campaign BOTH have given GREAT comments to submit to the park! YouContinue reading “Thank you to The Cloud Foundation!!”

Comment Period Closes SOON!!!!

Have you checked out the sample comment letter that was provided by our friends at American Wild Horse Campaign? https://americanwildhorsecampaign.org/media/act-now-national-park-service-targets-north-dakotas-wild-horse-herd Please make sure you read this and send your comments to the park by April 15th!!!!! You can submit your comments here: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=119270 PLEASE REMEMBER – THIS IS NOT ABOUT CHOOSING FROM THEIR DRAFT CONCEPTS!!!Continue reading “Comment Period Closes SOON!!!!”

Advocates criticize wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park being treated as ‘livestock’

The National Park Service should protect the genetic diversity of the historic horse herd at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, advocates say. From this mornings Fargo Forum: https://www.inforum.com/news/north-dakota/advocates-criticize-wild-horses-at-theodore-roosevelt-national-park-being-treated-as-livestock FARGO — An advocacy group contends that Theodore Roosevelt National Park has failed to meet its obligations under federal law and follow its own regulations to maintain properContinue reading “Advocates criticize wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park being treated as ‘livestock’”

And then there were 7…

And then there were 7… That’s right!  There are ONLY 7 short days left to make sure that you have submitted your comments regarding the wild horse management plan to Theodore Roosevelt National Park! As we mentioned yesterday, PLEASE DO NOT comment that you like ANY of the options UNLESS all you ever want inContinue reading “And then there were 7…”

Why NONE of TRNP’s proposed “Draft Concepts” are Acceptable

There are ONLY 8 days left for you to submit your comments to Theodore Roosevelt National Park!  Have you submitted your comments yet?! The public has until April 15th to submit their comment either online here: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=119270 Or they can be mailed to the park at: Theodore Roosevelt National ParkPO Box 7 Medora, ND 58645Continue reading “Why NONE of TRNP’s proposed “Draft Concepts” are Acceptable”

3/30 Zoom Meeting Transcript

On March 30, 2022, Theodore Roosevelt National Park held a “Zoom Meeting” where they gave the public a slide presentation and promised that the transcript of that meeting would be made available to the public. Today, only the slide presentation was made available on their planning portal: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkID=167&projectID=105110&documentID=119653 We submitted the following question to theContinue reading “3/30 Zoom Meeting Transcript”

ACT NOW: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TARGETS NORTH DAKOTA’S WILD HORSE HERD

American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) just released their “Action Alert” for the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park! You can read it here: https://americanwildhorsecampaign.org/media/act-now-national-park-service-targets-north-dakotas-wild-horse-herd Many of you have asked what to comment for the proposed wild horse management plan. Comments can be made here: https://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkID=167&projectID=105110&documentID=119270 AWHC offers this sample letter that can be personalizedContinue reading “ACT NOW: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE TARGETS NORTH DAKOTA’S WILD HORSE HERD”

Good News for a Monday morning!

We have some EXCITING news to share on how you can DOUBLE your impact to help our advocacy efforts!!! We were informed this morning that American Wild Horse Campaign will be giving Chasing Horses Wild Horse Advocates a $2000 MATCHING GRANT to help support our advocacy work for the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt NationalContinue reading “Good News for a Monday morning!”