4 Steps to Real, On the Range, Humane Management of Native North American Wild Horses

We want our wild horses managed ON the range, not gathered and put in these auctions after being forced to submit to behaviors humans want to be called 'gentled'. These adoption events and auctions are nothing more than a farce to get you, the public to believe that adoption is the answer if we don't … Continue reading 4 Steps to Real, On the Range, Humane Management of Native North American Wild Horses

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The Failure of the Roundup and Removal Model of Management

How the Bureau of Land Management's Wild Horse Management is Causing Harm and Increased Population Growth. Val Cecama-Hogsett April 14, 2018 We have long known that removing old horses from wild herds is a bad idea. Older horses in the herd provide knowledge that the herd needs to find food in winter months or water … Continue reading The Failure of the Roundup and Removal Model of Management

C-Span, Representative Chris Stewart, and Val Cecama-Hogsett

UPDATE -- Approximately 3 hours after news of the ethics complaint, which gave proof that Representative Chris Stewart lied to Congress in order to push forward his agenda, his amendment was scrubbed from the Omnibus bill. Val Cecama-Hogsett, after decades of fighting for wild horses, felt this was the last 48 hours. This Omnibus Bill … Continue reading C-Span, Representative Chris Stewart, and Val Cecama-Hogsett

The U.S. House of Representative Chair Summary of the Omnibus to be Voted on March 23, 2018

Released March 21, 2018, the House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen spins his approval web of lies to promote the Omnibus Budget as a good thing. While the major news, that she seems to view as a good thing, is to   "preserve federal lands for public and private uses, such as energy development, ranching, … Continue reading The U.S. House of Representative Chair Summary of the Omnibus to be Voted on March 23, 2018

CAES Board Member Responds to the New ID Badges for BLM Employees

©CAES 2018 By Val Cecama-Hogsett While the "Vision Card" front has all the same hype the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has always claimed are their Mission, Vision, and Values on the front of this new ID badge for employees, the back was a clear slap in the face to anyone who is involved in … Continue reading CAES Board Member Responds to the New ID Badges for BLM Employees

Honoring the Native North American Wild Horse on World Wildlife Day 2018

On this World Wildlife Day, many of us are feeling anxiety, sadness, and worry. The American way of life that we thought we enjoyed has become an idealistic dream. "Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth." - AbrahamLincoln You can take President Lincoln's quote and replace the … Continue reading Honoring the Native North American Wild Horse on World Wildlife Day 2018

Secret Meeting Attendee Exposes BLM NEPA Streamlining Plans

CAES obtained the BLM report that was a result of their new management tool. The call this tool 'County or Local Collaborative or Cooperative groups' On the surface this sounds great...the government agency tasked with managing our public lands, water, and wildlife, working with the local folks. What could go wrong there? In order to … Continue reading Secret Meeting Attendee Exposes BLM NEPA Streamlining Plans

Urgent Ethics Complaint: Appropriations: Representative Stewart/Amodei et al.  

1015 Longworth House Office Building (LHOB) Washington, DC  20515 Phone: 202-225-7103 Fax: 202-225-7392 (faxed 1/30/2018) Re: Urgent Ethics Complaint: Appropriations: Representative Stewart/Amodei et al.               1/30/2018 Dear House Committee on Ethics Chair, Representative Brooks of Indiana,                Please review and Act on the Ethics complaint v. Representative Stewart, Amodei, Simpson, and Cook immediately in order to rectify the damages set into … Continue reading Urgent Ethics Complaint: Appropriations: Representative Stewart/Amodei et al.