YOUR PUBLIC COMMENT IS DUE BY MARCH 16, 2020 Many of you know that comments are due for the upcoming Heber Wild Horse Management plan. The comments due at this time are scoping comments. This is the document/plan they want you to comment on: https://www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa/33054_FSPLT3_5238592.pdf To find the link to comment, the link for supporting … Continue reading Heber Wild Horses, Scoping Period for HMAP, Public Comments Due
BLM Tries to Get the Case Dismissed, CAES Keeps Fighting to Save Warm Spring Horses From Never being Released 24 February 2020 ©CAES Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) has been fighting for the Warm Springs Wild Horses since before the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) gathered them for the purposes of doing a horrendous, inhumane … Continue reading Warm Springs Horses WIN Round 1 in Court Today
"If every human makes a positive difference in the life of another human or another animal, the world will be a much happier place. Don't contemplate, wonder, procrastinate or ponder. The greatness of you needs only to be acted upon. Just do it!" --Theresa J. Barbour, Citizens Against Equine Slaughter Anna's Story This beautiful horse … Continue reading How Does Trauma Make a Lifelong Advocate?
CAES is selling Raffle tickets for The Last Dance, an original painting by artist Blanche Ann. The painting will come framed as seen here. Dimensions are 24 x 28 with frame. This painting titled "The Last Dance" was inspired by the beautiful photograph taken by John T. Humphrey. The subjects in this gorgeous painting are … Continue reading Raffle – The Last Dance