HORSE POWER of Nevada, a non-profit 501 (c)3 has just issued a stunning announcement!

As a result of a recent educational partnership with Sierra Nevada Community Access Television, the National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Meeting scheduled to meet in Reno, Nevada on November 17th, 2008 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. will be broadcast LIVE through streaming video at the HORSE POWER WEBSITE.

For the first time ever, the National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board will be available to the general public everywhere through this historic partnership in order to connect concerned citizens, wild horse and burro advocates and people all over the world for this most controversial of meetings!

The decisions made at this meeting, could by law include the euthanasia or selling for slaughter of the over 30,000 of America’s wild horses and burros now warehoused in government pens.

The meeting will include recommendations and input from the Bureau of Land Management, The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and public comments from Wild Horse and Burro Advocates from all corners.

A giant “hats off” to HORSE POWER OF NEVADA and SIERRA NEVADA COMMUNITY ACCESS TELEVISION for their coordination and insight into making it possible to bring International attention to the “managed” plight of America’s Mustangs & Burros!

Don’t miss this historic and exciting opportunity!

To access the National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Meeting LIVE on
Monday, November 17th, 2008 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, go to:

The link for LIVE streaming video will be available the day of the event.


See ya there!

1 comment:

Mz.Many Names said...

Well I have just finished watching the first part of the WH&B Advisory Committee Meeting which was basically a re-hash by the GAO of what was in the report. What sticks in my mind most is the presenters statement admitting that the GAO DID NOT address the issue of why the number of acres allotted to the horses is "less then it used to be." Originally, the wild horses had 80 million acres designated for them as rangeland, and they now have only 34 million acres to roam, so what happened to the 46 million acres that have been taken from the wild horses over the years? The BLm and the GAO wants to "skip over" the issue of the the "disappearing 46 million acres" of wild horse rangeland,..and "deferred" the matter into a "non-issue." Now it seems to me that if its "all about" the land and rangeland management, (and it is) the question of the "46 million acres of disappearing rangeland" becomes CRUTIAL to the question of proper managment of the land AS WELL as that of the horses. The FIRST question or consideration that should be addressed by the BLm and the GAO is: Where are the 46 million acres that have been taken away from the wild horse rangelands, and why? Even Ray Charles can see that there wouldnt be any "wild horse over-population" problem if they would just give those (46 million) acres back to the wild horses. Duh.