The horse is an integral part of healthy habitats. Allowing wild horses to fulfill their original role in rebuilding novel ecosystems is a smart use of taxpayer funds and a key component in building biodiversity in the fight to eradicate carbon emissions, global warming and climate change.
It costs taxpayers over $100 million dollars a year to round up and warehouse America’s wild horses. Through rewilding initiatives, we can:
- alleviate environmental damage caused by special interest groups
- increase economic development for rural and nature-based communities
- foster community empowerment
- conserve land
- sustainably manage and preserve America’s wild horse population
Overall, we’re there to help animals and people to lead better lives and to live in balanced harmony, leaving a better planet for future generations!
Learn more about rewilding and the issues surrounding America’s wild horses.