RTF to present at FREES Network conference

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Wild horses at RTF’s San Luis Obispo, Calif., satellite sanctuary. Photo by Ondrea Hidley.
Return to Freedom’s biologist, Celeste Carlisle, will co-present information about population modeling, both its limitations and usefulness for determining successful management outcomes, during the Free-Roaming Equids and Ecosystem Sustainability (FREES) Network Summit Oct. 6-8. 

The FREES Network seeks to integrate sound science with local knowledge, human perceptions, and values into a collaborative national network of information sharing, planning, and action. RTF has held an active role in working groups and the conference steering committee.

Space remains for this year’s largely virtual summit. Participants will receive updates from the FREES Network, working group progress, new research, policy developments, and participation in moderated breakout sessions.

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