Love Wild Horses is reach, volunteer teams and Board of Directors is growing in our work to help and heal the effects of climate change for grassland ecosystems and surrounding communities and with the saving of at-risk wild horses.
We are moving to Phase 5 in an exciting first of it's kind LWH’s Climate Change wildfire mitigation, equine rewildiland revitalization study, in Northern Nevada on 480 acres, of protected land.
Our study Designer is Dr. Cintra Agee, Professor of Native American and Environmental Studies at Humboldt, California's College of the Redwoods. Professor Cintra Agee brings with her doctorate from Yale and a Director on our esteemed Board, is lending her brilliance to help -bring needed science forward about carbon sequestration, healing soils, improving ecosystem bio diversity, mitigating impacts of wildfires and climate change and with the rewilding of horses.
Our 2023 plan is to create five studies in five different climate regions in the West to better understand and address the needs of each unique grassland ecosystem to regenerate and improve their biodiversity and to better protect surrounding communities from impacts of climate change and wildfires.
Surrounding each LWH study we will be hiring undergrad native youth and supporting Indigenous elders, native ceremonies.