Cana Foundation calls upon citizens, animal and environmental advocates to sign petition opposing any BLM Plans that threaten wild horses with extinction and give preferential treatment to public lands livestock grazing over the sustainability of our environment.
The BLM plan includes mass sterilization, sale without limitations and even slaughter to curb an exaggerated over population issue instead of using more creative and less costly programs such as REWILDING America’s Wild Horses onto available lands. This devastating plan places our Wild Horse Nation further at risk and continues to give preferential treatment to public lands livestock grazing over the wellbeing and stability of our wildlife & environment.
Our Horses & Habitats Need Your Help!
How Can You Help? Follow These 3 Steps:
STEP 1: JOIN THE MOVEMENT BY SIGNING OUR PETITION
By signing this petition you are sending a clear message to your United States Congressional Representation that you are against the recently proposed BLM Plan that places our Wild Horse Nation further at risk & continues to give preferential treatment to public lands livestock grazing over the wellbeing & stability of our wildlife & environment.
STEP 2: TAKE ACTION BY CONTACTING YOUR CONGRESSPERSON
Say: I’m An American Against Wild Horse Extinction and Public Land DecimationIt’s simple: Just call or email your local Congressperson, and tell them you are opposed to the recently proposed BLM plan that includes mass sterilization, sale without limitations & slaughter to curb an exaggerated over population issue instead of creative & less costly programs, such as rewilding to available lands. Horses enhance & protect our environment, ensuring the viability of our western mountains & plains.. they do not destroy them! Tell them you stand against this inhumane plan that will cost taxpayers millions & further jeopardize our horses, humans & habitat.
Contact Your Congressperson
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