Sunday, August 16, 2009

The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is supported by a broad-based coalition of public interest groups, environmentalists, humane organizations and historical societies representing over 10 million supporters.

Spearheaded by Return to Freedom in the summer of 2004 after a preliminary investigation into some of Nevada's Herd Management Areas, it was conceived as a campaign, as opposed to a new organization, specifically to allow its participants to present a united front for the horses' sake; it is not a fundraising operation, but a unifying tool with a firm grassroots base. For Campaign updates and alerts, please join our email list.

The AWHPC Coalition includes:

U.S. Public Interest Research Group
Humane Society of the United States
International Ecotourism Society
World Wildlife Foundation
Center for Environmental Education and Information
American Wild Horse Sanctuary (Return to Freedom)
Old West Living History Foundation
American Humane Association
Heritage Discovery Center
Wild Horse Observers Association
Public Lands For Public Use
American Horse Defense Fund
Habitat for Horses
National Wild Horse, Burro and Animal Sanctuary
Corolla Wild Horse Fund
Equine Tourism
Horse Nation Magazine
Wild Horse & Burro Freedom Alliance
Utah Environmental Congress
Wild Horse Preservation League
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Int’l Society for the Protection of Mustangs & Burros
Society for Animal Protective Legislation
The Cloud Foundation
Forest Guardians
National Horse Protection League
American Mustang and Burro Association
Vaquero Heritage Foundation
Wild Horse Spirit
Equine Advocates
International Fund for Horses
WindFlyers Mustang Sanctuary
Living Legends Magazine
Wild Hearts Horse Fund
Lifesavers Wild Horse Rescue
Front Range Equine Rescue
Madeleine Pickens
Animals Voice
Horse Savers
Colonial Spanish Horse
Cascadia Wildlands Project
Wild Burro Rescue & Preservation Project
National Student Horse Protection Coalition
American Competitive Trail Horse Association
One Voice
The Silva Project
National Wild Horse Association

Wild horse advocacy is considered one of the most efficient grassroots movements in the nation. This was confirmed in 2006 by several Members of Congress polled by the Institute for a Democratic Future, who called AWHPC to congratulate wild horse advocates on their grassroots efforts.

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