Three positions representing public interest, veterinary medicine and wild horse and burro advocacy will become vacant on September 20, according to a BLM news release issued yesterday.
Individuals and organizations may nominate one or more persons to serve on the Board, which typically meets twice per year. Terms are for three years. Hostility to wild horses and burros is not a disqualifier.
Interested parties may also nominate themselves.
The next meeting of the Board begins on June 30.