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The Bureau of Land Management is leaning toward a plan that would strip more than 2.4 million acres from wild horse use – an 87% reduction – in the Checkerboard ... Read More
April 27, 2020Cory Golden
To Our Friends: I wanted to reach out and first find out how you’re all doing. I hope that you are healthy and finding ways to use this time to take ... Read More
April 10, 2020Cory Golden
Return to Freedom appreciates that Dave Philipps of The New York Times laid out the significant challenges of creating a sustainable future for America’s wild horses and burros ... Read More
March 30, 2020Cory Golden
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Return to Freedom Wild Horse Conservation and a coalition of advocates on Friday filed to voluntarily dismiss a 2018 lawsuit seeking to stop the U.S. Forest Service from selling hundreds ... Read More
March 27, 2020Cory Golden
Dear Friends, With all the challenges going on for all of us, thankfully RTF has a most welcome and needed opportunity this week ... Read More
March 23, 2020Cory Golden
Spirit turns 25 this year, and we had an amazing event planned to celebrate his birthday at our Lompoc sanctuary. Because of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, we have postponed the ... Read More
March 19, 2020Cory Golden
A total of 129 wild horses remain for sale at $1 apiece from the U.S. Forest Service at its Double Devil Corrals, located at Modoc National Forest. The number of horses ... Read More
March 10, 2020Cory Golden  Photo by Lori Sortino
Read RTF's full response below. As published by E&E News The Bureau of Land Management is now formally referring to wild horses and burros as an "existential threat" to federal lands, mirroring ... Read More
February 26, 2020Cory Golden
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As Return to Freedom continues to be involved in policy discussions affecting wild horse and burro management, we are deeply concerned with suggested rule changes to the National Environmental Policy ... Read More
February 24, 2020Cory Golden
The Bureau of Land Management's helicopter roundup on the Chokecherry, Eagle and Mt. Elinor Herd Management Areas near Pioche, Nev., has ended with 1,704 wild horses captured and 23 dead. Twenty ... Read More
February 23, 2020Cory Golden