[teaser]The following article is a post from the American Wild Horse Preservation.[/teaser]
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Elko District is revising its Drought Management Plan and has opened a public review period. We need your help to tell the agency to protect wild horses and burros during this time of severe drought.
Despite the record-breaking drought, the BLM is not making significant reductions in livestock grazing levels on our depleted public lands, including those within wild horse and burro Herd Management Areas (HMAs). Please take a moment to urge the agency to include in its drought management plan steps to significantly reduce or eliminate livestock grazing in HMAs in order to ensure that federally-protected wild horses and burros have the forage and water they need to survive.