4 Years Ago We Made Big History Together!

Wow, time flies! Four years ago this week our Wild Love Preserve Adoption Project made BIG national history when we successfully adopted every available Challis, Idaho wild horse from the government’s 2012 Helicopter Roundup, to remain wild and together on their home turf with Wild Love. This remains the second largest adoption in BLM history, but first of its kind in intent, and more importantly, we brought stakeholders from all sides together to bring this one home. Love Rules!

Read: How We Saved 130 Challis, Idaho Wild Horses from the 2012 Challis Roundup

Meanwhile, we are currently getting pounded by extreme winter conditions this year. Snow and ice and temps dropping to -34 degrees. It’s hardcore and we've had to increase hay consumption to two tons per day for the 135 Idaho wild horses at Wild Love Preserve. In the name of our special 4th adoption anniversary, we are rallying donations to raise $15,000 by January 30 to purchase 130-tons of winter hay. Your support at this time is appreciated beyond measure.

Tax-deductible donations to help us purchase and transport this 130 tons of winter hay can be made on-line, via PayPal or mail, click: http://bit.ly/wlp-winter-hay

Big Love, Big Thanks for your consideration and participation!



As a 501(c)3 non-profit, effective 2010, Wild Love Preserve relies on grants and donations. Your contributions are tax-deductible and 100% of every dollar supports to this hay and transport.

Wild Love Preserve Tax ID #27-3729450