Horse Power bringing you the BLM meeting live on the web (US)

Horse Power will be live streaming the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting March 2, courtesy of the friendly folks at Sierra Nevada Community Access Television.  Wait, this horse is lost. Looks like he is in Ohio. Never mind. Just like you, he can check it out on the web. Link in story below. Ta.
Horse Power will be live streaming the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting March 2, courtesy of the friendly folks at Sierra Nevada Community Access Television. Wait, this horse is lost. Looks like he is in Ohio. Never mind. Just like you, he can check it out on the web. See link, on the right. Ta.

HORSE POWER a non-profit 501(c)3, and their educational partner, Sierra Nevada Community Access Television., is proudly announcing another project together.

Bringing the Public the complete National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory meeting, March 2nd, from 8 am – 5 pm.

The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting will be web-streamed live from the Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino in Reno, Nevada, Monday, March 2nd , 2009, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by Horse Power (www.nvhorsepower.org) through their public information partner Sierra Nevada Community Access Television (SNCAT).

This very controversial meeting is intended to bring together the representatives from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the National Wild Horse Advisory Board and wild horse and burro advocates.

The decisions made at this meeting, could by law include the euthanasia or selling for slaughter of the over 30,000 of America’s wild horses and burros now warehoused in government pens.

The meeting will include recommendations and input from the Bureau of Land Management, The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and public comments from Wild Horse and Burro Advocates from all corners.

Contact Information:

Horse Power
3235 Eastlake Blvd. No. 26
Sally Summers, Executive Director
(775) 849-3879
http://www.nvhorsepower.org

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Source: News Release
Photo added by Editor (c) GettyImages

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