The 24-mile gravel road, running along the southeastern border of the White Mountain HMA, provides wild horse viewing opportunities between the towns of Rock Springs and Green River in southwestern Wyoming.
The HMA is subject to permitted livestock grazing in the summer and winter.
Alternatives C and D in the draft RMP Amendment and EIS for wild horse management in that area will convert the HMA to an HA, no longer managed for horses.
Who wants to spend their summer vacation looking at cattle and sheep on land where horses once roamed?
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