Please comment to help the wild horses stay on public land and stop the BoLM from using herbicides
From a BoLM press release:
Carson City, Nev. – The Bureau of Land Management (BoLM), Carson City District, Stillwater Field Office, has completed an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Cow Canyon, Clan Alpine, and Dixie Valley Allotments Landscape Project. The BoLM is also seeking public input under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act for the Project. This includes seeking information and identifying historic properties in our near the Project area. Public comments will be accepted through September 26, 2016.
The EA analyzes seven alternatives that include proposals for livestock grazing permit renewals, range improvements, wild horse management, community mineral material pit designation, invasive, nonnative and noxious weed treatments, interim visual resource management class establishment and adaptive management. The alternatives include changes in season of use proposals, reductions in livestock numbers proposals, no grazing and the no action alternative (status quo).
The EA and associated documents are available on the Project webpage at: http://bit.ly/2blRZFp during the 30-day comment period. Please send written comments to Linda Appel, Project Lead at the address in the letterhead, via fax at (775) 885-6147 or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments should include “CCD Landscape Project EA” in the subject line. If you have any questions, please contact Linda Appel or Angelica Rose at 775-885-6000 or at the above address. For input or questions regarding historic properties please contact Jason Wright at 775-885-6015 or the address in the letterhead above.
In regards to CCD Landscape Project EA, I would like to see more emphasis and review placed on the maintenance and well being of the wild residents being encroached on by ranchers. There currently is a vast imbalance that needs to be shifted in favor of those that have no voice, nor make anyone money by being beautiful and free. Our humanity and stewardship as the Apex species requires nothing less. The wild horses need a safe haven from special interests and need all of our consideration and help.