All posts tagged Bureau of Land Management

Samantha Szesciorka, equestrian, journalist, mustang adoption advocate

Samantha Szesciorka—a Reno-based former U.S. Army journalist whose passion for horses, particularly mustangs, is manifested in some distinctive ways—recalls that she was indeed one of those little girls who loved horses, but didn’t really have access to them until she was a teenager. Read more…

Ginger Kathrens, wild-horse advocate, filmmaker, executive director of The Cloud Foundation

Ginger Kathrens —wild-horse advocate, filmmaker, and executive director of The Cloud Foundation—discusses the mustang, Cloud, who is the focus of three of her films, and the namesake of the Foundation she founded, whose stated mission is dedication “to the preservation of wild horses and burros on public lands, with a special focus on Cloud’s herd in the Pryor Mountains of Montana.” Read more…

John Doe, singer-songwriter-author-horseman

John Doe—co-founder of punk band extraordinaire X, the singer-songwriter released a new solo album, “The Westerner,” and just published his first book, “Under The Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk”—starts our conversation addressing what horses mean to him: “They mean that I don’t think with the left side of my brain when I’m with them.” Read more…

Ellie Phipps Price, co-writer of the film “American Mustang”

Ellie Phipps Price—executive producer and co-writer of “American Mustang,” a film exploring the round-ups of wild horses by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)—discusses her lifelong love of horses, which began in childhood. Read more…