Long Island Press: Federal Agency Considering Rewilding Wild Horses

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Manda Kalimian, founder of the CANA Foundation, is quoted in the Long Island Press in a new story entitled, "Long Island Advocates Optimistic That Federal Agency Considering Rewilding Wild Horses"

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Manda Kalimian, founder of the CANA Foundation, is quoted in the Long Island Press in a new story entitled, “Long Island Advocates Optimistic That Federal Agency Considering Rewilding Wild Horses,” focusing on Long Island-based animal advocates working to save wild horses in the American West.

Manda’s Locust Valley-based nonprofit horse advocacy group, Cana Foundation, helps find homes for adopted wild horses and lobbied for the inclusion of the rewilding language in the federal budget.

“Wild horse horses play a vital role in land conservation and the health of our habitats,” says Manda Kalimian. “Thousands case studies around the world prove wild horses have a unique ability to provide balance to the environment and to the human spirit. Through their presence, we can help to restore an ecological balance to our precious American ecosystems while benefiting the communities who welcome them.”

Read the story.

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