Wild Horses 101: free!


For the last decade Wild Horse Education has served as a reference for both newcomers and experienced advocates. 

Many of you have taken part in our “Wild Horses 101” webinar series and have attended our “101” events held for groups and schools.

The following list of reading material and videos are presenting free for personal use in your journey as an advocate.

In these difficult times our wild ones need us to remember that this is time for herd; not me time, but a we time. Our webinars will resume soon. At this time we have determined releasing the content free serves our readers and supporters best during this difficult time, due to COVID-19, for so many. 

Some basic reference material in our series “101,”  we have used these in presentations for over 10 years. Many have found this material very useful. 

Glossary of Acronyms and terms:  https://wildhorseeducation101.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/wheglossary2.pdf

Desktop guide to the “web of agencies and jurisdictions”: https://wildhorseeducation101.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/wheagencyissue1.pdf

To understand the “NEPA” process: http://wildhorseeducation.org/nepa/

The difference between overpopulated and overcrowded: https://wildhorseeducation.org/2014/11/10/overcrowded-vs-overpopulated/

Freezemark: what is it and how do you read one:  https://wildhorseeducation.org/blm-freezemark/

Our team “101” training includes basics in field documentation. One of the basics to keep in mind with wild horses are natural seasonal changes that occur in all wild grazers and breed influence of each herd. More HERE: https://wildhorseeducation.org/body-scoring-and-the-wild-horse/

Level 200-400 includes includes forage grids, spring flow and more.

For those of you looking for a more challenging topic? Today tracking corruption is important. A reference “101” guide guide HERE https://wildhorseeducation.org/2020/01/18/reference-library-for-those-digging-into-corruption/

As technology changes (and it has changed a lot in the last decade) our presentation videos have changed. 

We still use this one from 8 years ago, done on the road and an old laptop! Skip the intro (this was a fundraiser back in the day) to watch the draft of “Hold Your Wild Horses!” To learn more about the video you can click HERE. https://wildhorseeducation.org/hold-your-wild-horses-video/

We are taping several “webinar style” videos and readings. We will not be presenting them in webinar form, but simply publishing here in our blog section for you to use at your leisure in these stressful times. If you want to watch some of our 101 videos, click HERE

Please take this urgent action. WHE is taking the fight into legal actions to address site specific issues. We need your help in the “bigger battle.” As the nation faces a national emergency, the Department of Interior is moving fast against our wild things and wild places. Please take this action TODAY: https://bit.ly/2yG6lvt

We wish all of you well. 

Stay safe.

Stay Strong.

Together we fight on.