I have attended a BLM Advisory Board Meeting in the past. It is time for the Advisory Board to have representation from wild horse experts and advocates as well as bona fide Humane representation. I was amazed at the meeting to find that many of the members of the Advisory Board showed an negative regard for the animals in question. It is also apparent that the Board does not respond to any concerned public comment, grouping the comments together to overlook later. I see no Democracy in action in this Board. It is time for some long time members to step aside and be replaced by concerned citizens and those with a understanding of wild equine science. The BLM can not continue "business as usual".
Idea No. 23