Partners

Wild Love Preserve partnerships offer broadened expanse through fusion to result in all-inclusive benefit and engagement - locally, regionally and nationally. We are appreciative and thrilled by all of our partnerships which serve to better address the whole by working together. We are a village, join us. 

Music For A Cause: a.k.a. Belle with Wild Love Preserve

Idaho's a.k.a. Belle and Wild Love Preserve have collaborated on this very special project to benefit the preservation of Idaho's wild horses with their new song "Mustangs."  In February (2016) Boise based indie band, a.k.a. Belle, reached out with their desire to support the work of Wild Love Preserve. In turn, Andrea Maki was inspired to fuse song, lyric and visuals into a video with 2014/15 footage from the range and with WLP’s 130 rescued Challis, Idaho wild horses. Together we are mutually thrilled by all of the productive good energy and collaboration. The generous support from a.k.a. Belle comes in many forms, to include proceeds from their new single “Mustangs” benefiting Idaho wild horse preservation and Wild Love Preserve. Music For A Cause and Everyone Wins! Big Love, Big Thanks to a.k.a. Belle!

TEAM WLP brings all stakeholders together to collaboratively address all facets of regional wild horse population management on home turf, on and off the range.  Wild Love Preserve has garnered growing support from the region, ranchers, environmentalists, wild horse advocates and BLM officials, as we transform what was seen as problematic by some stakeholders, into a proud, lasting asset for community, region, state and nation.  Success requires establishment of a vested interest by the community.

Wild Love Preserve and Salmon, Idaho's Youth Employment Program partner to offer an expanse of opportunities which serve to benefit Idaho wild places, youth and local communities in a current and lasting manner.

The Youth Employment Program was founded in 1994 by Executive Director, Steve Adams, and remains based in Salmon, Idaho. Y.E.P. is a non-profit organization created to foster an atmosphere of educational development and provide employment opportunities for young adults in local communities. For over twenty years Y.E.P has been making a positive difference in the lives of Idaho youth and the local communities where they live and work.

September 10, 2014:  The Idaho Bureau of Land Management (BLM) features Wild Love Preserve as a “Paradigm Project” at the Annual Public Lands Foundation Conference. *Click for PDF of 2014 Poster.

"The focus of Wild Love Preserve's wild horse project in bringing all stakeholders together to work collaboratively with the Challis and Idaho BLM, is unique and imaginative and potentially opens the door to an entirely new paradigm for managing western wild horses. The model, if successful, may change a great deal and we here at he Science and Conservation Center are excited about partnering with WLP in this effort."  -  Jay F. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D, Director of The Science and Conservation Center 

“Our partner, Wild Love Preserve, is a non-profit committed to protecting and preserving native wild horses in their native, wild habitat. Come experience a non-fenced preserve where wild horses roam freely with wildlife native to the region: elk, deer, wolves, bear, mountain lions, and a variety of birds and fish.  Seeks Out Adventures and Wild Love Preserve join efforts to provide you with the most outstanding experience in wild horse country. These areas boast a rugged beauty that harkens back to a time when life was slower, moments richer, and human experience was defined by one’s intimate connection to the natural world.  Pick your adventure today and click below to support Wild Love Preserve and to find out more about this incredible organization.” - Sahra & Adam Beaupre, Seeks Out Adventures

The Watermark Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places under “Penwell House”.  Located in the authentic, western, mining and ranching cowboy town of Challis, Idaho, this truly is the “Wilderness Gateway” to all your outdoor pursuits.  Access unparalleled fly fishing along the Salmon River, explore the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, float the river, ride horseback into Challis wild horse country.  Our mission is to provide a deluxe retreat that complements the inspiring setting and allows for access to a world class outdoor experience. 

The Carriage House, located in the historic Mission Hills district of San Diego, was originally built in 1913 and has survived despite being in the heart of a growing city. Having recently been renovated by a local architect/design team, this one bedroom/one bath house is now being offered as a boutique vacation rental showcasing the finest of modern luxury living, artfully combined with period antiques that take you on a journey back in time. While staying at The Carriage House, relax on the private outdoor deck beneath the trees or walk to the local coffee shops, yoga studio, or the weekly Farmers Market. Fine dining restaurants and shopping are located less than a mile away. And because the owners of The Carriage House believe in respecting the circle of life for the horses that once lived on the property, 10% of all proceeds will be donated to non-profit horse rescues such as Wild Love Preserve.

 

Become a Partner

If you have interest in partnering with WLP, please fill out the form below and we will  get back with you.

Wild Love Preserve is a Registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit, Effective August 2010, Tax ID #27-3729450