Welcome to the Central Idaho High Desert and Challis Wild Horses
PROJECT WILD LOVE PRESERVE: BRINGING ALL STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY
Why, How, What. There are over 50,000 wild horses in longterm holding facilities, roughly 32,000 remain on our wild public lands. Helicopter roundups, removals, transport, longterm holding facilities cost taxpayers over $75 million last year alone. Wild horses, of course, pay the ultimate price. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing native wild horses on our public lands as per the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act. That said, the system is in need of a shift in perspective and they are admittedly looking for new and sustainable wild solutions.
Four and a half years in development, Project Wild Love Preserve's all-inclusive, multi-dimensional model in wild mustang management benefits the wild, stakeholders and taxpayers. Viewed a paradigm project, since inception Wild Love Preserve has been bridging divides and bringing all stakeholders together in a new light, offering a fresh way of daily being, much needed collective harmony and co-existence. It takes a village to implement lasting positive change. Together we can rise above drawn lines if we so choose.
Founded 2010, the mission of Wild Love Preserve (WLP) is to protect and preserve native wild horses on their home turf and nurture the legacy of indigenous ecosystems, as a whole, on our wild public lands in a collaborative, responsible and sustainable manner with regional engagement and benefit. All is interconnected - kindness, mutual respect, science and education are paramount.
We invite you to learn more and join us.
GreatNonprofits Top-Rated Nonprofit Award in 2013 and 2014