Wild Horse Habitat Protection
This is a good-news action. Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia overturned a U.S. Forest Service attempt to reduce the Devil’s Garden wild horse territory in California by 23,000 acres.
1. Contact the U.S. Forest Service to say you are happy with the U.S. Court of Appeals decision and that wild horse territories should be protected and enlarged.
2. A huge amount of valuable work in this country is performed by pro bono attorneys, who represent individuals and organizations whose cause is just but who lack funds to pay for legal representation. The American Wild Horse Campaign was represented in this case by William S. Eubanks II of Meyer, Glitzenstein & Eubanks. Let’s take a moment to recognize the value of this kind of public-spirited and generous work - contact William Eubanks to thank him for his work in the Devil’s Garden wild horse case.