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Born To Rewild/Cello Comes Homes Preorder

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Autographed pre-order package of Born to Rewild hardcover and children’s storybook Cello Comes Home hardcover for only $30 with free shipping, (a value of $45 with shipping).

Born to Rewild: When Manda Kalimian began her mission to help America’s wild horses—through rewilding—to regain their rightful place as a native species of the open plains, little did she know the challenges ahead would redefine everything she understood about who she thought she was. Born to Rewild follows Manda as she joins the struggle to rescue wild horses from a program fraught with bureaucracy, controversy, and the potential to erase the legacy of these beautiful creatures from a land that depends on their very existence. With this journey, Manda joins forces with new friends in the Native American community-all dedicated to restoring the wild horse to its natural environment through the process of rewilding. Born to Rewild: Triumphs of a Now Fearless Woman is an inspirational and passionate story of one woman’s dedication to conservation and the rewilding of America’s truly native wild horses.

Cellow Comes Home: Join celebrated children’s author, Dr. Simon Mills and Dr. Ross MacPhee, Senior Curator, Department of Mammalogy & Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History on a rewilding adventure that opens eyes and hearts. This true story follows the horse’s journey over fifty million years to a modern-day stallion named Cello who leads us to explore the science of rewilding planet Earth. <strong>The target audience for this book: </strong>Horse lovers, Rewilding lovers, Conservationists, and people who know the environment is precious, freedom is precious, and the Earth is a big responsibility. You will learn the true story of the horse and why they are not considered a native species to America even though this is where they are from.

About the Author: Manda Kalimian is the founder and CEO of the CANA Foundation, which has been focused on restoring America’s wild horses to the grasslands and high plains via rewilding initiatives.  Along with the rewilding effort, Cana is focused on the promotion of environmental and climate sustainability.  She is a passionate advocate for preserving the Native American culture and supports educational and health initiatives benefiting indigenous communities. A frequent guest speaker, Manda has been a guest on shows such as Morning Joe (MSNBC) and has presented as an authority at the Cambridge Conservation Forum at Cambridge University in England. Learn more about Manda Kalimian and the CANA Foundation at www.canafoundation.org and BornToRewild.com

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Autographed pre-order package of Born to Rewild hardcover and children’s storybook Cello Comes Home hardcover for only $30 with free shipping, (a value of $45 with shipping).

When Manda Kalimian began her mission to help America’s wild horses—through rewilding—to regain their rightful place as a native species of the open plains, little did she know the challenges ahead would redefine everything she understood about who she thought she was. Born to Rewild follows Manda as she joins the struggle to rescue wild horses from a program fraught with bureaucracy, controversy, and the potential to erase the legacy of these beautiful creatures from a land that depends on their very existence. With this journey, Manda joins forces with new friends in the Native American community-all dedicated to restoring the wild horse to its natural environment through the process of rewilding. Born to Rewild: Triumphs of a Now Fearless Woman is an inspirational and passionate story of one woman’s dedication to conservation and the rewilding of America’s truly native wild horses.

Join celebrated children’s author, Dr. Simon Mills and Dr. Ross MacPhee, Senior Curator, Department of Mammalogy & Zoology at the American Museum of Natural History on a rewilding adventure that opens eyes and hearts. This true story follows the horse’s journey over fifty million years to a modern-day stallion named Cello who leads us to explore the science of rewilding planet Earth. <strong>The target audience for this book: </strong>Horse lovers, Rewilding lovers, Conservationists, and people who know the environment is precious, freedom is precious, and the Earth is a big responsibility. You will learn the true story of the horse and why they are not considered a native species to America even though this is where they are from.