Craig Downer, renown author of “The Wild Horse Conspiracy” is presenting in London Ontario Canada, on 4 May 2013
Craig Downer, renown author of “The Wild Horse Conspiracy” is presenting in London Ontario Canada, in May.
The poster below was sent to me via Craig and with permission I am included it in this link provided above.
Renown author of “The Wild Horse Conspiracy”, Mr. Craig Downer will be presenting in London ,Ontario, CANADA next month and I urge any and all of you who are fighting to save both American and Canadian horses from the horrors found in slaughterhouses to attend. Believe me you will find his presentation enlightening as well as thought provoking and it will light your fire to act in a very positive direction to preserve this heritage species, and to put an end to the Canadian participation which enables the war on both US and Canadian horses.
I feel very privileged to work with all who fight so diligently to ensure that wild equines as well as domesticated horses do not continue to face the never ending harassment and the houses of horror called slaughter plants.
Craig has dedicated himself to the Saving of Wild Horses and Burros in the U.S. and has revealed the truth about just what these magnificent horses and burros face in their never ending battle to remain alive and free.
FOREVER WILD AND FREE
By Craig C. Downer, Wild Horse Ecologist
P.O. Box 456, Minden, NV 89423; email@example.com
Speech for Wild Horse Summit, Las Vegas, NV, Oct. 12, 2008, organized by ISPMB
Though the horse family is endangered world wide, wild horses and burros on public land remain on the very bottom of the totem pole of priorities of both the Bureau of Land Management & U.S. Forest Service. These are the two agencies charged by law with protecting & managing them. These two “national heritage species,” have rights to live free that are covered by the unanimously passed Public Law 92-195 and that are supported by many millions of ordinary U.S. citizens as well as people worldwide. For these and other sundry reasons, the extent of livestock grazing and the number of permittees involved both in the original Herd Areas and in reduced Herd Management Areas should be clearly spelled out to the public – but this is not currently the case!