Letter to Haaland Seeks Thriving Ecological Balance?

We already have that.  It means 80 to 95% of the authorized forage going to privately owned livestock on land set aside for wild horses and burros.

It’s the six-bedroom home where the horses can use up to one bedroom but in no case less than half a broom closet.

Why not seek the ‘principally but not exclusively’ concept of the original statute?

Curiously, the term appears nowhere in the letter.

RELATED: Haaland Urged to End Livestock Grazing in HMAs.

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One thought on “Letter to Haaland Seeks Thriving Ecological Balance?

  1. Resource management plans are fatally flawed by DOI refusal to manage wild equids as a natural and cultural RESOURCE. Until the agencies under the Dept of the Interior and USFS amend RMPS (Resource Management Plans to facilitate Wild Equis Herds as native American species and Historic Cultural Resources WE the People will lose this heritage of American evolution.
    This is consistent with the Federal Land Policy and Management Act. FLPMA required(s) that: “… wild horses and burros shall be considered comparably with other resource values in the formulations of land use plans” 43 CFR Sec. 4700.0-6.
    Since the legendary priest, Rev. Eusebio Francisco Kino, in May of 1700 rode from Tumacacori to the town of San Ignacio, just in the nick of time to save an Indian who was about to be executed, the Colonial Spanish Horse (CPA) has been a part of America’s cultural practices and beliefs. The remnant herds represent 500 years of cultural heritage. They also represent a Cultural RESOURCE under Sec 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Their hoof print evolved with the birth of this nation to the present, http://www.galiceno.org/history-of-horses-in-the-americas.

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