Join us for a special screening of the third Cloud film, Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions at the beautiful historic Jones Theater in Westcliffe, CO! Ginger will be there to talk more about the films and the legacy of Cloud, the stallion she filmed throughout the course of his life starting in 1995.
Suggested donation: $10. Kids 12 & under are free. There will be a Q&A session and light refreshments served after the film.
Join TCF at BreyerFest 2018! TCF Executive Director Ginger Kathrens will speak on both Saturday and Sunday during the event.
This year, BreyerFest is Off to the Races, exploring all types of horse racing, from flat track to endurance! BreyerFest will host riders and horses that showcase a variety of racing disciplines, from thoroughbreds, to trotters, to barrel racers.
The BLM is seeking comments on a proposed roundup in the North Lander Complex near Lander, WY. The primary focus of the plan will be achieving/maintaining the AML. A secondary component will be analysis of gathers to facilitate the primary management goals. Alternatives being considered include vasectomizing a high percentage of the stallions; reducing the reproducing population through gelding and adjusted sex ratios; creating limited-reproducing herds using some combination of gelding, spay and/or segregation; and using the fertility control drug GonaCon in conjunction with one of the previously mentioned treatments.
Learn more and submit comments here: https://eplanning.blm.gov/epl-front-office/eplanning/planAndProjectSite.do?methodName=dispatchToPatternPage¤tPageId=103846
The BLM Nevada Caliente and Utah Cedar City Field Offices are seeking comments on the Environmental Assessment (EA) that analyzes the need to gather and remove excess wild horses from within and outside the Eagle Complex.
Find related documents and more information on BLM's eplanning website here: https://bit.ly/2G8qbh8
Read TCF's comments on this matter here: https://www.thecloudfoundation.org/comments-and-articles/2018/6/7/eagle-complex-roundup-preliminary-environmental-assessment
The BLM Price Field Office is seeking public comment on an environmental assessment (EA) analyzing a proposed wild horse gather, removal and fertility treatment in the Muddy Creek Herd Management Area (HMA). The Muddy Creek HMA is located in Emery County, approximately 20 miles south of Ferron, Utah, in the San Rafael Swell. It consists of approximately 283,400 acres of public and state lands.
The EA analyzes a proposal to gather and remove excess wild horses and apply fertility control between two and four times over a ten-year period. Find more information on BLM's eplanning website here: https://bit.ly/2rB82UJ
To read TCF's comments on the matter, please click here.
The National Park Service has completed an environmental assessment of a proposal to remove all wild horses found within the boundaries of Mesa Verde National Park.
The BLM is seeking comments on a proposed Spay Experiment in the Warm Springs HMA. They are planning to use a very dangerous procedure on wild mares in order to conduct "research" on the feasibility of sterilizing herds. Comments on this plan are due Monday, June 4. You can view related documents and submit your comments at this link: https://bit.ly/2spkaIK.
Read TCF's Warm Springs HMA comments here: https://www.thecloudfoundation.org/comments-and-articles/2018/6/1/warm-springs-hma-spay-experiment-comments
The BLM Billings Field Office is accepting comments on a new Environmental Assessment for the PMWHR until Feb. 16, 2018. Fine-tuning of the PZP protocols is being proposed, as well as the removal of up to twenty young horses, including Pride.
We hope you will submit comments on this EA. To see suggested talking points and instructions on submitting those comments, please view our Action Alert here. If you want to read the EA in question, click here.
The BLM is accepting comments on the use of motorized vehicles in the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. The comments are only being accepted by mail and must be postmarked by Feb. 2, 2018 to be accepted.
To learn more about submitting your comments and to get talking points, click here.
The BLM is seeking public input on their Environmental Assessment for the Seaman & White River HAs. Proposed action includes many concerning things, including removing over 9,000 horses. It is critical that you add your voice to the conversation by submitting comments! All comments must be submitted by January 22, 2018.
The related BLM documents can be found by clicking here. The Cloud Foundation will share our comments ahead of the deadline for your reference - stay tuned!
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public review and comment on a plan to round up wild horses for up to ten years in the Caliente Herd Area Complex, which is located near Caliente, Nevada in southern Lincoln County. The 30-day public comment period on the environmental assessment for the area concludes Friday, Jan. 5, 2018.
We are excited to be participating in ColoradoGives this year! It is a 24-hour online give-a-thon that takes place on Tuesday, December 5.
That said, you can start donating to our fundraiser at any time! Just head over to our ColoradoGives fundraising page to learn more and get started.
We're excited to tell you that we're part of an amazing campaign called the Newman’s Own Foundation $500k Holiday Challenge, a friendly fundraising competition where organizations compete to raise the most money for their cause throughout the holiday season.
We're looking for our supporters to give as much as they can so we can win the grand prize of $150,000. And to help, each week there are Bonus Challenges which are opportunities to raise even more money and win extra cash for our cause.
To help, please Click Here and give what you can.
If you want to go a step further and join our fundraising team, that would be even more incredible. Imagine the money we could raise together if you reached out to your network about our cause. To donate or to join the fundraising team, please Click Here.
Thank you so much. We really appreciate all of your help!